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USA Today College Football Poll 2013: Complete Week 11 Rankings Released

TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 28:  Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide walks his team onto the field to face the Mississippi Rebels at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 28, 2013 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Patrick ClarkeCorrespondent INovember 17, 2016

With five of the Top 10 teams in the USA Today Coaches Poll idle in Week 10, there's very little change atop this week's new rankings.   

Here's a look along with B/R's latest Top 25 rankings.

USA Today Coaches Poll - Week 11
RankTeam (first place votes)RecordPointsB/R Ranking
1Alabama (54)8-015401
2Oregon (5)8-014753
3Florida State (3)8-014362
4Ohio State9-013694
5Baylor7-012995
6Stanford7-112226
7Clemson8-111217
8Oklahoma7-197110
9Missouri8-19619
10Auburn8-19598
11Oklahoma State7-186413
12LSU7-283512
13Texas A&M7-280011
14Miami (FL)7-174715
15South Carolina7-272214
16Louisville7-156919
17Fresno State8-056716
18UCLA6-249418
19Michigan State8-144617
20Northern Illinois9-040920
21Central Florida6-134022
22Wisconsin6-233321
23Texas Tech7-221723
24Arizona State6-213025
25Notre Dame7-210824
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Alabama, Oregon, Baylor, Stanford and Oklahoma were all idle this weekend but will each face a stiff test in Week 11. The Ducks will travel south to take on the Cardinal on Thursday night, the Bears will host the Sooners and the two-time defending national champion Crimson Tide will battle bitter rival LSU in Tuscaloosa.   

Meanwhile, Florida State and Ohio State both won big in Week 10, combining for well over 1,100 yards of total offense en route to blowout victories over Miami (FL) and Purdue, respectively. 

TALLAHASSEE, FL - NOVEMBER 02:  Jameis Winston #5 of the Florida State Seminoles dives for the endzone during a game against the Miami Hurricanes at Doak Campbell Stadium on November 2, 2013 in Tallahassee, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Even though Heisman Trophy candidate Jameis Winston struggled, the Seminoles still managed to beat the Hurricanes in convincing fashion thanks to their productive running game. Florida State possessed the ball for more than 38 minutes and converted on 11 of 15 third downs. 

Jimbo Fisher's 'Noles will travel to take on Wake Forest next week while the 'Canes will host Virginia Tech in a pivotal matchup with huge implications in the ACC's Coastal division.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Clemson and Missouri both rolled on Saturday. 

Clemson's Tajh Boyd broke the ACC's career touchdown record despite coming out of the game early in the second half. With 116 touchdowns to his name, Boyd is four clear of previous record-holder Philip Rivers, who starred at NC State from 2000 to 2003.

A week after having its national championship hopes dashed by South Carolina, Mizzou bounced back in a big way by destroying Tennessee in Columbia behind a three-touchdown performance from freshman quarterback Maty Mauk.

Auburn, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State and South Carolina each earned impressive victories in Week 10, but will be tested again next weekend. 

There's certainly plenty to look forward to in Week 11, especially on Thursday night when Stanford hosts Oregon in a colossal Pac-12 clash and undefeated Baylor takes on Oklahoma in another Top 10 showdown.

You can bet that action will be worth staying up late for.

 

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