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Sport Coaches Poll: Auburn, Wisconsin move up, Georgia adds first-place vote

20:40  22 september  2019
20:40  22 september  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

AP Top 25: LSU moves up to give SEC 3 of top 4 in AP poll

AP Top 25: LSU moves up to give SEC 3 of top 4 in AP poll The Southeastern Conference held three of the top four spots in The Associated Press college football poll after LSU's road victory against Texas pushed the Tigers to No. 4. Clemson remained No. 1 on Sunday, receiving 56 first-place votes out of 62 in the Top 25 presented by Regions Bank. No. 2 Alabama received 6 first-place votes and Georgia stayed at No. 3. LSU jumped two spots after winning 45-38 at Texas on Saturday to make it three straight SEC teams after Clemson. The last conference to hold three of the top four spots in the poll was the SEC on Nov. 2, 2014, when Mississippi State was No. 1, Auburn was third and Alabama fourth. Michigan dropped three spots to No.

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Indiana moved up in both polls Monday, even getting a first - place vote in the AP Poll . In the USA Today Coaches Poll , Indiana leapt from No. 12 to No. 5, marking the biggest rise of any team in the The SEC on CBS has a doubleheader on Sept. 21 with Auburn -Texas A&M and Georgia -Notre Dame.

A wild week in college football that lasted well into the night caused reverberations in the new Amway Coaches Poll. The rankings look the same near the top, but there are now three schools receiving first-place votes for the first time this season.

Wisconsin safety Eric Burrell (25) celebrates after intercepting a pass during the second quarter against Michigan at Camp Randall Stadium.© Jeff Hanisch, USA TODAY Sports Wisconsin safety Eric Burrell (25) celebrates after intercepting a pass during the second quarter against Michigan at Camp Randall Stadium.

Clemson, and easy winner against Charlotte, remains No. 1. The Tigers were once again named first on 62 of 65 ballots. No. 2 Alabama, which also rolled in non-conference play against Southern Mississippi, claimed two firsts.

Coaches Poll: Clemson still No. 1 while four new teams join rankings

Coaches Poll: Clemson still No. 1 while four new teams join rankings The top 10 of the Amway Coaches Poll stayed the same. Clemson held its spot at No. 1 ahead of Alabama. Four new teams joined, led by Virginia and

Alabama remained on top of the coaches poll with 60 first - place votes . Alabama is followed by Clemson, Georgia , Ohio State, and Oklahoma to It was the biggest jump up the poll as determined by the coaches this week. No. 11 Auburn dropped four spots following the home loss, although the

Clemson moved up to No. 3 in this week's Amway Coaches Poll , which was released on Tuesday. The Tigers got three first place votes . Clemson will host No. 13 Auburn on Saturday in Death Valley. The game is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. This week’s Amway / USA Today Coaches Top 25

Georgia stayed put at No. 3, but the Bulldogs picked up a first-place nod after staving off Notre Dame 23-17. The Fighting Irish slipped only three places to No. 10.

The next three positions remained unchanged, as idle Oklahoma retained the No. 4 spot. No. 5 LSU and No. 6 Ohio State, both of whom put up huge scores, held down the fifth and sixth slots, respectively.

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Auburn, a winner in a big SEC road test at Texas A&M, moved up to seventh leapfrogging No. 8 Florida. Wisconsin climbed five positions to No. 9 after a dominant victory against Michigan. The losses to ranked opponents sent the Wolverines tumbling 10 spots to No. 20 and the Aggies dropping six places to No. 21.

AP Top 25: Cal, Arizona St move in to give Pac-12 6 ranked

AP Top 25: Cal, Arizona St move in to give Pac-12 6 ranked California and Arizona State have moved into the AP Top 25 college football poll to give the Pac-12 six ranked teams, the most for the conference in almost four years. A weekend filled with blowouts left the top half of the AP media poll presented by Regions Bank mostly unchanged. Clemson remains No. 1, with 57 of the 62 first-place votes, as the top nine held their spots Sunday. Alabama was No. 2, receiving five first-place votes, followed by Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Auburn and Florida. The ninth-ranked Gators were the only top-10 team to play a competitive game. The others won by a combined 428-97. Utah, the highest ranked Pac-12 team, moved up to No. 10.

After not playing this weekend, the Georgia Bulldogs remained at 6th in the AP Poll and moved up two spots to 6th in the Amway Coaches Poll for Week 3. Georgia received only one first - place vote in the AP Poll , which is one less than they received last week.

The new Coaches Poll has Clemson as the new No. 1 team, leading the way with 25 first - place votes . Oklahoma rose to No. 2, but the Sooners have Even two-loss Auburn received four first - place votes after beating Alabama, which dropped four spots to No. 5. Stanford made the biggest move up in the

Also surging ahead was California, which rose from No. 23 to No. 16 after a close win at Mississippi. The Golden Bears are the last unbeaten left in the Pac-12.

No. 24 Wake Forest joined the poll this week. It is the first Top 25 appearance for the Demon Deacons since 2008. No. 25 Southern California also moved back in after upending then-No. 11 Utah Friday night. The Utes slid to No. 19.

Washington State and Arizona State dropped out after close losses in the wee hours.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Coaches Poll: Auburn, Wisconsin move up, Georgia adds first-place vote

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