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Auburn jumps to #7, Alabama remains in top spot in AP Top 25

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1. Alabama (52) 8-0  
2. Oregon Ducks (2) 8-0

3. Florida State (6) 8-0

4. Ohio State 9-0

5. Baylor 7-0

6. Stanford 7-1

7. Auburn 8-1

8. Clemson 8-1

9. Missouri 8-1

10. LSU 7-2  
11. Texas A&M 7-2

12. Oklahoma 7-1

13. South Carolina 7-2

14. Miami (FL) 7-1

15. Oklahoma State 7-1

16. UCLA 6-2

17. Fresno State 8-0

18. Michigan State 8-1

19. UCF 6-1

20. Louisville 7-1

21. Wisconsin 6-2

22. Northern Illinois 9-0  
23. Arizona State Sun Devils 6-2

24. Notre Dame 7-2

25. Texas Tech 7-2

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