No Change For A Change At The Top Of AP College Football Poll

Monday, October 29th 2007, 7:28 am
By: News On 6

NEW YORK (AP) _ The Oklahoma Sooners drop one spot in The Associated Press' lastest college football poll.

Oregon jumped Oklahoma to come in at Number Four after the Ducks' big win over Southern Cal. Coming off a bye week, the Sooners are now at Number Five in the AP poll.

Ohio State remains at Number One, with Boston College second and Louisiana State third.

Ohio State received 59 of 65 first-place votes. BC got one first-place vote, LSU had three and Arizona State received two.

The remainder of the media poll received a major shake-up, with five teams falling out and Connecticut moving into the ranking for the first time in school history.

Although Oklahoma State didn't crack the Top 25, the Cowboys were among other teams receiving votes.

  1. Ohio State

  2. Boston College

  3. LSU

  4. Oregon

  5. Oklahoma

  6. Arizona State

  7. West Virginia

  8. Kansas

  9. Missouri

  10. Georgia

  11. Virginia Tech

  12. Hawaii

  13. Southern Cal

  14. Texas

  15. Michigan

  16. Connecticut

  17. Alabama

  18. Florida

  19. Auburn

  20. South Florida

  21. Boise State

  22. Wake Forest

  23. South Carolina

  24. Tennessee

  25. Clemson