AP Top 25: Florida State closes the gap on Oregon after Miami win

By Chip Patterson | College Football/Basketball Writer

Florida State received six first-place votes, but stayed at No. 3 in the poll. (USATSI)
Florida State received six first-place votes, but stayed at No. 3 in the poll. (USATSI)

Florida State did not jump Oregon in the polls after the 41-14 win against Miami on Saturday night, but the primetime performance was good enough for a few voters to change their mind regarding the No. 1 spot. The Seminoles received six first-place votes in the 60-person balloting, closing the gap on Oregon but falling short of displacing the Ducks for No. 2.

There was little shake up in the Top 25 as six of the top 13 teams in the country -- Alabama, Oregon, Baylor, Stanford, LSU, Oklahoma -- had the weekend off in advance of headline conference showdownsin Week 11.

Michigan State jumped up to No. 18 from No. 24 after its dominant defensive performance against Michigan and Oklahoma State moved up three spots to No. 15 after going on the road and running over Texas Tech, leaving with a 52-34 win.

Check out the full Top 25 below:

1. Alabama (8-0) -- 52 first-place votes

2. Oregon (8-0) -- two first-place votes

3. Florida State (8-0) -- six first-place votes

4. Ohio State (9-0)

5. Baylor (7-0)

6. Stanford (7-1)

7. Auburn (8-1)

8. Clemson (8-1)

9. Missouri (8-1)

10. LSU (7-2)

11. Texas A&M (7-2)

12. Oklahoma (7-1)

13. South Carolina (7-2)

14. Miami (7-1)

15. Oklahoma State (7-1)

16. UCLA (6-2)

17. Fresno State (8-0)

18. Michigan State (8-1)

19. UCF (6-1)

20. Louisville (7-1)

21. Northern Illinois (9-0)

22. Wisconsin (6-2)

23. Arizona State (6-2)

24. Notre Dame (7-2)

25. Texas Tech (7-2)

The Coaches Poll did not reflect the same shift in fist-place votes, but the final 25 teams are exactly the same from the AP poll with only a few differences in order. The Coaches Poll does count for the BCS standings, which will be announced Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. ET. You can check out Jerry Palm's projected BCS standings now.

Check out the full Coaches Poll below:

1. Alabama -- 54 first-place votes

2. Oregon -- five first-place votes

3. Florida State -- three first-place votes

4. Ohio State

5. Baylor

6. Stanford

7. Clemson

8. Oklahoma

9. Missouri

10. Auburn

11. Oklahoma State

12. LSU

13. Texas A&M

14. Miami

15. South Carolina

16. Louisville

17. Fresno State

18. UCLA

19. Michigan State

20. Northern Illinois

21. UCF

22. Wisconsin

23. Texas Tech

24. Arizona State

25. Notre Dame

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