College Football Rankings 2013: Full Top 25 Breakdown for Week 5

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College Football Rankings 2013: Full Top 25 Breakdown for Week 5
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There was very little movement in the Week 5 AP Top 25 and USA Today football coaches polls after most of the top teams in the nation cruised to easy wins.

Alabama, however, lost a couple of first-place votes after having some difficulty against Colorado State before winning the game 31-6. Oregon was idle in Week 4 but picked up a few votes as a result.

Overall, the Top 14 of the AP poll remained unchanged and just two teams shifted in the coaches poll. LSU leaped ahead of Louisville after convincingly handing Auburn its first defeat, and Michigan dropped from the 14th spot after struggling for the second week in a row in a narrow victory over winless Connecticut.

The bottom of the polls, as per usual, saw the biggest flux of movement this week. Fresno State cracked the AP Top 25 and solidified its BCS hopes after edging Boise State. Wisconsin and Texas Tech slipped into the final two spots of the coaches poll.


Note: All rankings based on the official Week 5 AP Top 25 and USA Today football coaches polls.

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