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New Week Ten AP/Coaches Polls Released

Several major upsets took place this past weekend in college football, and the shake-up was reflected in the latest polls.

The Tigers were celebrating after their upset win against Ole Miss
The Tigers were celebrating after their upset win against Ole Miss
Chris Graythen

There are now only three remaining undefeated teams in college football: Mississippi State, Florida State, and... Marshall. The Thundering Herd lead the nation in scoring margin, but they also really haven't played anybody. Sagarin isn't buying it, because they're not even in his Top 25. Three Big Ten teams are ranked (Michigan State, Ohio State, Nebraska). Noticeably absent from all of the rankings are the Minnesota Golden Gophers, who were bounced out of the Top 25 this weekend with Illinois' big upset win. The Spartans and Buckeyes are on a collision course for their meeting in a few weeks, which might determine if any Big Ten teams reach the College Football Playoff. So without further ado, here are the polls:

AP Coaches Sagarin
1 Mississippi State Mississippi State Alabama
2 Florida State Florida State Auburn
3 Alabama Alabama Ole Miss
4 Auburn Auburn Mississippi State
5 Oregon Michigan State Georgia
6 Notre Dame Oregon Oklahoma
7 Ole Miss Notre Dame Baylor
8 Michigan State Georgia TCU
9 Georgia Ole Miss LSU
10 TCU TCU Oregon
11 Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State
12 Baylor Baylor Michigan State
13 Ohio State Ohio State Florida State
14 Arizona Arizona State Notre Dame
15 Arizona State Arizona Texas A&M
16 LSU Nebraska Ohio State
17 Nebraska LSU Wisconsin
18 Utah Utah Nebraska
19 Oklahoma East Carolina Clemson
20 West Virginia Oklahoma USC
21 East Carolina Clemson Arizona State
22 Clemson West Virginia Stanford
23 Marshall Marshall Utah
24 Duke Duke UCLA
25 UCLA UCLA
West Virginia
For a composite Top 25 college football ranking, visit SBNation.com
Other Notables Receiving Votes: Wisconsin, Colorado State, Missouri, Minnesota

Looking ahead to Week Ten, there will be a big Thursday night matchup when the 2nd-ranked Florida State Seminoles go on the road to battle the 6-2 Louisville Cardinals. Then on Saturday there will be plenty of great matchups, including #5 Auburn versus #7 Ole Miss, #10 TCU playing the surprising 22nd-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers, and #19 Utah versus #14 Arizona State. Of course the Illini will be on the road at #13 Ohio State for Saturday Night Football on ABC.