NEW YORK (AP) -- Oregon has tightened its grip on the top spot in
The Associated Press while No. 3 Auburn has closed the gap on No. 2
In their third consecutive week as No. 1, the Ducks reached a
new high for first-place votes (49) and points (1,487) from the
media panel after a decisive 53-32 victory at Southern California
on Saturday night.
Boise State received seven first-place votes and 1,403 points
after four voters switched from the Broncos to the Ducks.
Auburn also lost a first-place vote to Oregon. The Tigers got
two votes as No. 1, but are now just seven points behind the
No. 4 TCU also received two first-place votes.
Alabama moved up a spot to No. 5 and unbeaten Utah climbed to
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