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Auburn and Florida State Meet in Final BCS Title Game

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Bowl Pairings Announced for Final BCS Season
Auburn and Florida State to Meet in Vizio BCS National Championship Game

Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the Bowl Championship Series, today announced that the final BCS National Championship Game will match No. 1 Florida State against No. 2 Auburn in Pasadena January 6.

“From the kickoff in August to the last whistle of the regular season—and every week in between—this final season of the BCS will be a year to be remembered,” Hancock said. “It produced some unbelievable must-see games. The VIZIO BCS National Championship Game will carry that excitement into the new year. In addition, we have a fascinating lineup of other BCS games and a great slate of other bowls throughout the holiday season.”

Auburn Shocks #1 Alabama - Turns Polls Upside Down

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Auburn Shocks Alabama - Turns Polls Upside Down
Florida St.& Ohio St. Rank #1 and #2 - Remain Perfect along with Northern Illinois

Players of Week
Offense: QB Marcus Mariota - Oregan
Defense: CB Chris Davis - Auburn

Photo: LB Chris Borland - Wisconsin

Upcoming Game of the Week: Auburn (11-1) vs Missouri (11-1)

Auburn Posts Classic Win over #1 Alabama At Gun

Team of the Week - Auburn

AP Top 25
Rank / Team / Votes / Record / Points

1 Florida State (58) -12-0 - 1498
2 Ohio State - 12-0 - 1418
3 Auburn (2) - 11-1 - 1387
4 Alabama - 11-1 - 1294
5 Missouri - 11-1 - 1281
6 Oklahoma State - 10-1 - 1197
7 Stanford - 10-2 - 1067
8 South Carolina - 10-2 - 1066
9 Baylor - 10-1 - 1020
10 Michigan State - 11-1 - 1002
11 Arizona State - 10-2 - 843
12 Oregon - 10-2 - 815
13 Clemson - 10-2 - 813
14 LSU - 9-3 - 690
15 UCF - 10-1 - 621
16 Northern Illinois - 12-0 - 596
17 UCLA - 9-3 - 510
18 Oklahoma - 9-2 - 503
19 Louisville - 10-1 - 482
20 Duke - 10-2 - 348
21 Wisconsin - 9-3 - 299
22 Texas A&M - 8-4 - 186
23 Texas - 8-3 - 156
24 Fresno State - 10-1 - 124
25 Georgia - 8-4 - 111

#1 Alabama Heads Top 25 Teams with Auburn Up Next

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Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St.& Ohio Remain Perfect
Five Teams Remain Undefeated

Players of Week
Offense: QB Derek Carr – Fresno St
Defense: LB Chris Borland - Wisconsin

Photo: QB Derek Carr – Fresno St.

Upcoming Game of the Week: Alabama (11-0) at Auburn (10-1)

LSU Posts Impressive Win over Texas A&M

Team of the Week - Arizona St.

AP Top 25
Rank / Team / Votes / Record / Previous Rank

1 Alabama (56) - 11-0 - 1
2 Florida State (4) - 11-0 - 2
3 Ohio State - 11-0 - 4
4 Auburn - 10-1 - 6
5 Missouri - 10-1 - 8
6 Clemson - 10-1 - 7
7 Oklahoma State - 10-1 - 11
8 Stanford - 9-2 - 10
9 Baylor - 9-1 -6
10 South Carolina - 9-2 - 12
11 Michigan State - 10-1 - 13
12 Oregon - 9-2 - 5
13 Arizona State - 9-2 - 19
14 Wisconsin - 9-2 - 16
15 LSU - 8-3 - 18
16 Fresno State - 10-0 - 15
17 UCF - 9-1 - 17
18 Northern Illinois - 11-0 - 20
19 Texas A&M - 8-3 - 9
20 Oklahoma - 9-2 -22
21 Louisville -10-1 -21
22 UCLA - 8-3 - 14
23 USC - 9-3 - 23
24 Duke - 9-2 - 25
25 Notre Dame - 8-3 - NR

Dropped from rankings: Ole Miss 24

Others receiving votes: Georgia 15, Cincinnati 10, Texas 10, Ole Miss 7, Arizona 6, Nebraska 6, Minnesota 5, East Carolina 1, North Dakota State 1, Vanderbilt 1

Coaches Poll
Rank / Team / Record

1 Alabama (56) - 11-0
2 Florida State (6) - 11-0
3 Ohio State - 11-0
4 Clemson - 10-1
5 Auburn - 10-1
6 Missouri - 10-1
7 Oklahoma State - 10-1
8 Baylor - 9-1
9 South Carolina - 9-2
10 Stanford - 9-2
11 Michigan State - 10-1
12 Oregon - 9-2
13 Fresno State - 10-0
14 Wisconsin - 9-2
15 LSU - 8-3
16 Louisville - 10-1
17 Oklahoma - 9-2
18 Arizona State - 9-2
19 UCF - 9-1
20 Northern Illinois - 11-0
21 Texas A&M - 8-3
22 UCLA - 8-3
23 Southern California - 9-3
24 Duke - 9-2
25 Cincinnati - 9-2

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St., Baylor & Ohio St. Remain Perfect

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Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St., Baylor & Ohio St. Remain Perfect
Six Teams Remain Undefeated

Players of Week
Offense: RB Myles Jack - UCLA
Defense: DE Dee Ford - Auburn

Photo: LB C.J. Mosley - Alabama

Upcoming Game of the Week: Baylor (9-0) at Oklahoma St (9-1)
Baylor Posts Impressive Win over Texas Tech

Team of the Week -Duke

AP Top 25
Rank / Team / Record / Points

1 Alabama (55) - 10-0 - 1495
2 Florida State (5) - 10-0 - 1445
3 Baylor - 9-0 - 1351
4 Ohio State - 10-0 - 1343
5 Oregon - 9-1 - 1210
6 Auburn - 10-1 - 1205
7 Clemson - 9-1 - 1115
8 Missouri - 9-1 - 1067
9 Texas A&M - 8-2 - 956
10 Stanford - 8-2 - 899
11 Oklahoma State - 9-1 - 889
12 South Carolina - 8-2 - 870
13 Michigan State - 9-1 - 749
14 UCLA - 8-2 - 710
15 Fresno State - 9-0 - 572
16 Wisconsin - 8-2 - 559
17 UCF - 8-1 - 535
18 LSU - 7-3 - 439
19 Arizona State - 8-2 - 430
20 Northern Illinois - 10-0 - 426
21 Louisville - 9-1 - 412
22 Oklahoma - 8-2 - 318
23 Southern California - 8-3 -187
24 Ole Miss - 7-3 - 119
25 Duke - 8-2 - 94

Coaches Poll
Rank / Team / Record / Points

1 Alabama (56) - 10-0 - 1544
2 Florida State (6) - 10-0 - 1487
3 Ohio State - 10-0 - 1404
4 Baylor - 9-0 - 1386
5 Oregon - 9-1 - 1231
6 Clemson - 9-1 - 1217
7 Auburn - 10-1 - 1145
8 Missouri - 9-1 - 1129
9 Oklahoma State - 9-1 -1030
10 Texas A&M - 8-2 - 928
11 South Carolina - 8-2 - 882
12 Stanford - 8-2 - 865
13 Michigan State - 9-1 - 729
14 UCLA - 8-2 - 700
15 Louisville - 9-1 - 627
16 Fresno State - 9-0 - 622
17 Wisconsin - 8-2 - 511
18 Oklahoma - 8-2 - 502
19 LSU - 7-3 - 478
20 UCF - 8-1 - 446
21 Northern Illinois - 10-0 - 418
22 Arizona State - 8-2 - 352
23 Minnesota - 8-2 - 173
24 Duke - 8-2 - 131
25 Southern California - 8-3 - 115

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St. Climbs in BCS

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Alabama Heads Polls - Florida St. Climbs in BCS
Eight Teams Remain Undefeated

Photo – LB Shayne Skov - Stanford
Team of the Week - Oregon

Coaches Poll
Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 8-0 - 56 - 1
2 Oregon - 8-0 - 6 - 2
3 Florida St. - 7-0
4 Ohio St. - 8-0
5 Baylor - 7-0
6 Miami - 7-0
7 Stanford - 7-1
8 Clemson - 7-1
9 Oklahoma - 7-1
10 Missouri -7-1
11 Auburn - 7-1
12 Oklahoma St. - 6-1
13 LSU - 7-2
14 Texas A&M - 6-2
15 Texas Tech - 7-1
16 South Carolina - 6-2
17 Louisville - 7-1
18 Fresno State - 7-0
19 UCLA - 5-2
20 Northern Illinois - 8-0
21 Michigan - 6-1
22 Central Florida - 6-1
23 Wisconsin - 5-2
24 Michigan St - 7-1
25 Notre Dame - 6-2
Dropped Out: Virginia Tech & Nebraska

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 8-0 - 56 - 1
2 Oregon - 8-0 - 6 - 2
3 Florida St. - 7-0
4 Ohio St. - 8-0
5 Baylor - 7-0
6 Stanford - 7-1
7 Miami - 7-0
8 Auburn - 7-1
9 Clemson - 7-1
10 Missouri -7-1
11 LSU - 7-2
12 Texas A&M - 6-2
13 Oklahoma - 7-1
14 South Carolina - 6-2
15 Texas Tech - 7-1
16 Fresno State - 7-0
17 UCLA - 5-2
18 Oklahoma St. - 6-1
19 Central Florida - 6-1
20 Louisville - 7-1
21 Northern Illinois - 8-0
22 Wisconsin - 5-2
23 Michigan - 6-1
24 Michigan St - 7-1
25 Arizona St. - 5-2

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Alabama Heads Coaches and AP Polls

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Alabama Heads Coaches and AP Polls
15 Teams Remain Undefeated

Photo – QB A.J. McCarron - Alabama

Team of the Week - Ohio St

Coaches Poll
Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 5-0 - 57 - 1
2 Oregon - 5-0 - 3 - 4
3 Ohio St. - 6-0 - 0
4 Clemson - 5-0 - 1
5 Stanford - 5-0
6 Florida St. – 5-0
7 Georgia - 4-1
8 Louisville - 5-0
9 Texas A&M - 4-1
10 Oklahoma - 5-0
11 LSU - 5-1
12 South Carolina - 4-1
13 UCLA - 4-0
14 Miami - 5-0
15 Baylor - 4-0
16 Michigan - 5-0
17 Florida - 4-1
18 Northwestern - 4-1
19 Washington - 4-1
20 Oklahoma St. - 4-1
21 Texas Tech - 5-0
22 Fresno State - 5-0
23 Northern Illinois - 5-0
24 Nebraska - 4-1
25 Virginia Tech - 5-1

Dropped Out: #24 Arizona State

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 5-0
2 Oregon - 5-0
3 Clemson - 5-0
4 Ohio St. - 6-0
5 Stanford - 5-0
6 Florida St. - 5-0
7 Georgia - 4-1
8 Louisville - 5-0
9 Texas A&M - 4-1
10 LSU – 4-1
11UCLA - 4-0
12 Oklahoma - 5-0
13 Miami - 5-0
14 South Carolina - 4-1
15 Baylor - 4-0
16 Washington - 4-1
17 Florida - 4-1
18 Michigan - 5-0
19 Northwestern - 4-1
20 Texas Tech – 5-0
21 Fresno State - 5-0
22 Oklahoma St. - 4-1
23 Northern Illinois - 5-0
25 Virginia Tech - 5-1
25 Missouri - 5-0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Alabama Heads Coach's and AP Polls

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Alabama Heads Coach's and AP Polls
Top Eight Teams Remain Undefeated

Coach's Poll
Rank /Team / Record / First Place Votes / Previous Rank

1 Alabama - 3-0 - 59 - 1
2 Oregon - 3-0 – 3 - 2
3 Ohio St. - 4-0 - 3
4 Clemson - 3-0 - 4
5 Stanford - 3-0 - 5
6 LSU - 4-0 - 7
7 Louisville - 4-0 - 6
8 Florida St. – 3-0 - 8
9 Texas A&M - 3-1 – 9
10 Georgia - 2-1 - 10
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0 - 11
12 Oklahoma - 3-0 - 12
13 South Carolina -2-1 - 13
14 UCLA - 3-0 - 15
15 Miami - 3-0 - 17
16 Northwestern - 4-0 - 16
17 Michigan - 4-0 - 14
18 Baylor - 3-0 - 19
19 Florida - 2-1 - 18
20 Washington - 3-0 - 20
21 Mississippi - 3-0 - 22
22 Notre Dame - 2-1 - 21
23 Fresno State - 2-0 - 25
24 Wisconsin - 2-0 - NR
25 Texas Tech – 4-0 - NR

Dropped Out: #23 Arizona State - 2-1, #24 Michigan State - 3-1

AP Poll
1 Alabama - 3-0
2 Oregon - 3-0
3 Clemson - 3-0
4 Ohio St. - 4-0
5 Stanford - 3-0
6 LSU - 4-0
7 Louisville - 4-0
8 Florida St. - 3-0
9 Georgia - 2-1
10 Texas A&M - 3-1
11 Oklahoma St. - 3-0
12 South Carolina - 2-1
13 UCLA - 3-0
14 Oklahoma - 3-0
15 Miami - 3-0
16 Washington - 3-0
17 Northwestern - 4-0
18 Michigan - 4-0
19 Baylor - 3-0
20 Florida - 2-1
21 Mississippi - 3-0
22 Notre Dame - 3-1
24 Wisconsin - 3-1
25 Texas Tech – 4-0
25 Fresno State - 3-0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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