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LSU is an overwhelming No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll after beating Alabama in a 1-2 matchup, and Minnesota moved into the top 10 for the first time in 57 years.

Michigan, which was off this week, stayed put at No. 14 in the AP and coaches polls. 

After two weeks of historically close voting at the top of poll, LSU received 54 first-place votes in the AP Top 25 presented by Regions Bank. Ohio State was No. 2 with five first-place votes and Clemson was third with three first-place votes. Alabama fell two spots to No. 4.

Georgia was fifth, followed by Oregon and Minnesota at No. 7. The Gophers won Saturday’s other matchup of unbeaten teams, defeating Penn State at home. The Nittany Lions slipped four spots to No. 9.

No. 24 Indiana is ranked for the first time since 1994, snapping the longest poll drought among Power Five conference schools.

Associated Press Top 25

1. LSU (54 first-place votes), 9-0, 1,542 points (last week: 1)

2. Ohio St. (5), 9-0, 1480 (3)

3. Clemson (3), 10-0, 1441 (4)

4. Alabama, 8-1, 1312 (2)

5. Georgia, 8-1, 1267 (6)

6. Oregon, 8-1, 1224 (7)

7. Minnesota, 9-0, 1164 (13)

8. Utah, 8-1, 1099 (8)

9. Penn State, 8-1, 1003 (5)

10. Oklahoma, 8-1, 1000 (9)

11. Florida, 8-2, 934 (10)

12. Baylor, 9-0, 932 (11)

13. Auburn, 7-2, 871 (12)

14. Michigan, 7-2, 744 (14)

15. Wisconsin, 7-2, 657 (16)

16. Notre Dame, 7-2, 593 (15)

17. Cincinnati, 8-1, 567 (17)

18. Memphis, 8-1, 510 (19)

19. Boise State, 8-1, 371 (21)

20. SMU, 9-1, 346 (23)

21. Navy, 7-1, 228 (25)

22. Texas, 6-3, 199 (NR)

23. Iowa, 6-3, 197 (18)

24. Indiana, 7-2, 108 (NR)

25. Oklahoma State, 6-3, 77 (NR)

Others receiving votes: Appalachian St. 73, Kansas State 67, Texas A&M 42, Wake Forest 38, Louisiana Tech 25, Virginia 12, San Diego State 7, Iowa St. 4, Virginia Tech 4, Washington 3, Pittsburgh 2, UCF 2, Air Force 2, North Dakota State 1, Southern Cal 1, Illinois 1.

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