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Louisville Rises To No. 16 In Coaches' Poll

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A week after Louisville was dropped in both polls after defeating South Florida by 31 points, the Cards were awarded a two-spot rise in the USA Today coaches' poll for their performance on a bye week. The members of the Associated Press were less impressed, however, and elected to keep U of L at No. 20.

The BCS rankings will be released later tonight, but for now, here are your major polls heading into week 11 of the college football season:

USA Today Poll
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Alabama (54) 8-0 1540
2 Oregon (5) 8-0 1475
3 Florida State (3) 8-0 1436
4 Ohio State 9-0 1369
5 Baylor 7-0 1299
6 Stanford 7-1 1222
7 Clemson 8-1 1121
8 Oklahoma 7-1 971
9 Missouri 8-1 961
10 Auburn 8-1 959
11 Oklahoma State 7-1 864
12 LSU 7-2 835
13 Texas A&M 7-2 800
14 Miami (FL) 7-1 747
15 South Carolina 7-2 722
16 Louisville 7-1 569
17 Fresno State 8-0 567
18 UCLA 6-2 494
19 Michigan State 8-1 446
20 Northern Illinois 9-0 409
21 UCF 6-1 340
22 Wisconsin 6-2 333
23 Texas Tech 7-2 217
24 Arizona State 6-2 130
25 Notre Dame 7-2 108
  • Dropped from rankings: Michigan 21
  • Others receiving votes: Texas 77, Georgia 25, Houston 24, Brigham Young 19, Minnesota 18, Michigan 14, Nebraska 12, Duke 11, Louisiana-Lafayette 5, Ball State 4, Ole Miss 3, Oregon State 2, Arizona 1, USC 1
AP Top 25
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Alabama (52) 8-0 1491
2 Oregon (2) 8-0 1418
3 Florida State (6) 8-0 1409
4 Ohio State 9-0 1315
5 Baylor 7-0 1234
6 Stanford 7-1 1214
7 Auburn 8-1 1082
8 Clemson 8-1 1059
9 Missouri 8-1 956
10 LSU 7-2 863
11 Texas A&M 7-2 861
12 Oklahoma 7-1 816
13 South Carolina 7-2 769
14 Miami (FL) 7-1 737
15 Oklahoma State 7-1 662
16 UCLA 6-2 515
17 Fresno State 8-0 493
18 Michigan State 8-1 478
19 UCF 6-1 472
20 Louisville 7-1 385
21 Wisconsin 6-2 342
22 Northern Illinois 9-0 322
23 Arizona State 6-2 197
24 Notre Dame 7-2 164
25 Texas Tech 7-2 102
  • Dropped from rankings: Michigan 23
  • Others receiving votes: Texas 34, Georgia 32, Brigham Young 28, Ole Miss 17, Houston 9, Minnesota 7, Washington 6, Michigan 6, Ball State 4, Duke 1