College Football Polls 2013: Analyzing Week 15 AP and Coaches Polls

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College Football Polls 2013: Analyzing Week 15 AP and Coaches Polls
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Auburn coach Gus Malzahn

Week 14 has come to a close, and with it ends one of the craziest months in college football history. The polls look dramatically different from when we entered the month of November thanks to a number of huge upsets and thrilling finishes.

But somehow, that description understates what we all witnessed throughout the course of Week 14. Simply put, it was one of the most memorable weekends in sports history, as every rivalry game seemed to stay close well into the fourth quarter, with several ending in dramatic fashion.

And still, the word "dramatic" fails to capture the roller-coaster ride fans went on from Thursday's Egg Bowl between Ole Miss and Mississippi State to Saturday's Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn.

As the dust clears on an NFL Sunday that has zero chance of living up to Thursday-Saturday of college football, we get a chance to react to the new set of polls just released.

Now that you've caught your breath, let's break down the brand-new AP and USA Today Sports Coaches polls.


All stats via ESPN

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