Monday, September 14, 2009

OSU DROPS TO NO. 11 AFTER LOSS

Ohio State — after losing in the final moments to Southern California on Saturday night —dropped to No. 11 in both the Associated Press and USA Today (Coaches) Top 25 college football polls that were released on Monday.

The Buckeyes' arch-rival, Michigan, debuted at No. 25 in the AP poll and finished just outside the USA Today rankings.

Listed below are the complete polls:

AP (first place votes)
1. Florida (56) 2-0
2. Texas (1) 2-0
3. USC (1) 2-0
4. Alabama (2) 2-0
5. [tie] Mississippi 1-0
5. [tie] Penn State 2-0
7. Brigham Young 2-0
8. California 2-0
9. LSU 2-0
10. Boise State 2-0
11. Ohio State 1-1
12. Oklahoma 1-1
13. Virginia Tech 1-1
14. Georgia Tech 2-0
15. TCU 1-0
16. Oklahoma State 1-1
17. Cincinnati 2-0
18. Utah 2-0
19. Nebraska 2-0
20. Miami (FL) 1-0
21. Houston 2-0
22. Kansas 2-0
23. Georgia 1-1
24. North Carolina 2-0
25. Michigan 2-0

USA Today (first place votes)
1. Florida (56) 2-0
2. Texas 2-0
3. USC (3)
4. Alabama 2-0
5. Penn State 2-0
6. Mississippi 1-0
7. [tie] LSU 2-0
7. [tie] California 2-0
9. Brigham Young 2-0
10. Boise State 2-0
11. Ohio State 1-1
12. Oklahoma 1-1
13. Georgia Tech 2-0
14. Virginia Tech 1-1
15. TCU 1-0
16. Utah 2-0
17. Oklahoma State 1-1
18. Nebraska 2-0
19. North Carolina 2-0
20. Georgia 1-1
21. Cincinnati 2-0
22. Miami (FL) 1-0
23. Kansas 2-0
24. Oregon State 2-0
25. Missouri 2-0