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Texas A&M moves up to seventh in both football polls

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Texas A&M is ranked seventh in both college football polls, moving up a spot after a 42-31 victory over Arkansas coupled with Oklahoma State’s 41-34 overtime loss to Texas.

Oklahoma State (4-1) had been sixth in both polls last week. A&M (4-1) is one of five Southeastern Conference teams in the rankings. Alabama is second, Georgia fifth and Florida is eighth in both polls. Auburn is 24th by AP and 21st by the coaches.  

A&M will be at South Carolina on Saturday with kickoff at 6 p.m. and it will be televised by ESPN.

 

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AP Top 25

The Associated Press

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 31, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Prv

1. Clemson (33) 7-0 1515 1

2. Alabama (29) 6-0 1513 2

3. Ohio St. 2-0 1430 3

4. Notre Dame 6-0 1351 4

5. Georgia 4-1 1289 5

6. Cincinnati 5-0 1199 7

7. Texas A&M 4-1 1156 8

8. Florida 3-1 1066 10

9. BYU 7-0 1014 11

10. Wisconsin 1-0 985 9

11. Miami 5-1 946 12

12. Oregon 0-0 831 14

13. Indiana 2-0 765 17

14. Oklahoma St. 4-1 760 6

15. Coastal Carolina 6-0 527 20

16. Marshall 5-0 523 19

17. Iowa St. 4-2 427 23

18. SMU 6-1 420 22

19. Oklahoma 4-2 405 24

20. Southern Cal 0-0 354 21

21. Boise St. 2-0 336 25

22. Texas 4-2 190 -

23. Michigan 1-1 151 13

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24. Auburn 4-2 144 -

25. Liberty 6-0 118 -

Others receiving votes: Northwestern 106, Louisiana-Lafayette 101, North Carolina 92, Penn St. 87, Tulsa 73, Army 57, Kansas St. 51, West Virginia 44, Utah 44, Washington 21, Purdue 15, Virginia Tech 11, San Diego St. 8, Arizona St. 7, Appalachian St. 6, Wake Forest 5, Michigan St. 4, California 3

USA Today Top 25

The Amway Top 25 football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 1, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Clemson (43) 7-0 1527 1

2. Alabama (17) 6-0 1503 2

3. Ohio State (2) 2-0 1407 3

4. Notre Dame 6-0 1358 4

5. Georgia 4-1 1304 5

6. Cincinnati 5-0 1157 7

7. Texas A&M 4-1 1154 8

8. Florida 3-1 1101 9

9. Brigham Young 7-0 1025 10

10. Miami 5-1 964 12

11. Wisconsin 1-0 908 11

12. Oklahoma State 4-1 783 6

13. Indiana 2-0 730 19

14. Oregon 0-0 725 15

15. Marshall 5-0 473 18

16. Coastal Carolina 6-0 464 21

17. Iowa State 4-2 433 22

18. SMU 6-1 421 23

19. Oklahoma 4-2 413 24

20. Southern Cal 0-0 365 20

21. Auburn 4-2 246 26

22. Army 6-1 208 25

23. Boise State 2-0 204 29

24. North Carolina 4-2 192 13

25. Michigan 1-1 141 14

Dropped out: No. 16 Kansas State (4-2); No. 17 Penn State (0-2).

Others receiving votes: Texas (4-2) 115; Northwestern (2-0) 112; Liberty (6-0) 92; Louisiana-Lafayette (5-1) 90; Kansas State (4-2) 64; Utah (0-0) 57; Penn State (0-2) 56; Purdue (2-0) 55; West Virginia (4-2) 49; Virginia Tech (4-2) 37; Appalachian State (4-1) 32; Tulsa (3-1) 29; Missouri (2-3) 23; Boston College (4-3) 20; North Carolina State (4-2) 16; Kentucky (2-4) 13; Memphis (3-2) 12; Wake Forest (4-2) 11; Tennessee (2-3) 11; Arizona State (0-0) 11; Michigan State (1-1) 9; California (0-0) 9; South Carolina (2-3) 8; Arkansas (2-3) 8; Nevada (2-0) 3; San Diego State (2-0) 1; Central Florida (4-2) 1.

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