Sunday, October 11, 2009

BUCKEYES MOVE TO NO. 7 IN AP, USA TODAY AND HARRIS POLLS

Ohio State receivers' Duron Carter, left, and DeVier Posey celebrate following Posey's 32-yard touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday's 31-13 win over Wisconsin. The Buckeyes moved up to No. 7 in the AP, USA Today and Harris Polls, released Sunday. (Photo by Darla Dunkle-Hudnell)

Ohio State moved up to No. 7 in all three of the major college football polls (Associated Press, USA Today, Harris Interactive) this week, after their 31-13 victory over unbeaten Wisconsin.

Alabama leap-frogged Texas for the No. 2 spot after their dominating victory at Mississippi.

Listed below are the latest polls:

AP (first place votes)
1. Florida (50) 5-0
2. Alabama (10) 6-0
3. Texas 5-0
4. Virginia Tech 5-1
5. Boise State 5-0
6. USC 4-1
7. Ohio State 5-1
8. Cincinnati 5-0
9. Miami (FL) 4-1
10. LSU 5-1
11. Iowa 6-0
12. TCU 5-0
13. Oregon 5-1
14. Penn State 5-1
15. Nebraska 4-1
16. Oklahoma State 4-1
17. Kansas 5-0
18. Brigham Young 5-1
19. Georgia Tech 5-1
20. Oklahoma 3-2
21. South Florida 5-0
22. South Carolina 5-1
23. Houston 4-1
24. Utah 4-1
25. Notre Dame 4-1

USA Today (first place votes)
1. Florida (53) 5-0
2. Texas (1) 5-0
3. Alabama (5) 6-0
4. Virginia Tech 5-1
5. USC 4-1
6. Boise State 5-0
7. Ohio State 5-1
8. TCU 5-0
9. Cincinnati 5-0
10. LSU 5-1
11. Miami (FL) 4-1
12. Iowa 6-0
13. Penn State 5-1
14. Oklahoma State 4-1
15. Kansas 5-0
16. Oregon 5-1
17. Nebraska 4-1
18. Oklahoma 3-2
19. Brigham Young 5-1
20. Georgia Tech 5-1
21. South Florida 5-0
22. South Carolina 5-1
23. Houston 4-1
24. Missouri 4-1
25. Notre Dame 4-1

Harris Poll (first place votes)
1. Florida (99) 5-0
2. Texas (2) 5-0
3. Alabama (13) 6-0
4. Virginia Tech 5-1
5. Boise State 5-0
6. USC 4-1
7. Ohio State 5-1
8. Cincinnati 5-0
9. LSU 5-1
10. TCU 5-0
11. Iowa 6-0
12. Miami (FL) 4-1
13. Penn State 5-1
14. Oregon 5-1
15. Oklahoma State 4-1
16. Kansas 5-0
17. Brigham Young 5-1
18. Oklahoma 3-2
19. Nebraska 4-1
20. Georgia Tech 5-1
21. South Florida 5-0
22. South Carolina 5-1
23. Houston 4-1
24. Auburn 5-1
25. Notre Dame 4-1