Wake Forest Cracks Top 25 After Whipping Heels

There are plenty of changes in the latest
Associated Press college football poll, although the top three
remain the same.
Top-ranked Ohio State received 59 of 65 first-place votes
following yesterday's 20-point win over Penn State. Boston College
remains second, just one spot ahead of LSU. But the Tigers claimed
three first-place votes, two more than the Eagles received.
Oregon's seven-point win over Southern Cal allowed the Ducks to
leapfrog over Oklahoma for the number-four spot.
Sixth-ranked Arizona State is followed by West Virginia, Kansas,
Missouri and Georgia.
Virginia Tech checks in at 11th, ahead of Hawaii, Southern Cal,
Texas and Michigan. Connecticut's victory over South Florida
allowed the 16th-rated Huskies to crack the poll for the first time
ever. Alabama is 17th, ahead of Florida, Auburn and South Florida.
Boise State, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Tennessee and Clemson
round out the top 25.


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