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Alabama remains No. 1, UGA falls, and UT up to 15

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Oklahoma State dropped out of The Associated college football poll after a controversial loss, and Georgia and Clemson fell after close calls against lightly regarded opposition.

Alabama is still No. 1, receiving 56 out of 61 first-place votes Sunday. No. 2 Florida State, No. 3 Ohio State and No. 4 Michigan all moved up one spot. The Seminoles got four first-place votes and Michigan received one.

Clemson fell from second to fifth after a four-point win against Troy. No. 16 Georgia dropped seven spots after beating FCS Nicholls by two.

Oklahoma State was ranked 22nd when it lost 30-27 to Central Michigan on a final play touchdown Saturday. Officials admitted after the game they misinterpreted a rule, and the play should not have been granted. The Cowboys were three-touchdown favorites against Central Michigan.

  1. Alabama (56 first place votes)
  2. Florida State (4)
  3. Ohio State
  4. Michigan (1) 
  5. Clemson
  6. Houston
  7. Stanford
  8. Washington
  9. Wisconsin
  10. Louisville
  11. Texas
  12. Michigan State
  13. Iowa
  14. Oklahoma
  15. Tennessee
  16. Georgia
  17. Texas A&M
  18. Notre Dame
  19. Ole Miss
  20. LSU
  21. Baylor
  22. Oregon
  23. Florida
  24. Arkansas
  25. Miami (FL)
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