Miami jumps to No. 2, UCF stays at No. 14

By AP,
Last Updated: Sunday, November 12, 2017

Miami is back at No. 2 in The Associated Press college football poll, the Hurricanes' best ranking since 2003.

The undefeated Hurricanes leaped five spots from No. 7 after routing Notre Dame on Saturday night. Alabama remained No. 1, where it has been since the preseason, getting 57 first-place votes. Miami received the other four first-place votes.

Oklahoma moved up to two spots to No. 3, jumping Clemson, which remained No. 4. Unbeaten Wisconsin moved up a spot to No. 5.

Three matchups of top-10 teams on Saturday produced lopsided victories for the home teams, including Miami over Notre Dame. The Irish dropped six spots to No. 9.

Auburn moved up to No. 6 after beating Georgia. The Bulldogs fell from second to seventh. TCU dropped out of the top 10 after losing at Oklahoma.


Record Pts Pv

1. Alabama (57) 10-0 1521 1

2. Miami (4) 9-0 1438 7

3. Oklahoma 9-1 1367 5

4. Clemson 9-1 1358 4

5. Wisconsin 10-0 1322 6

6. Auburn 8-2 1199 10

7. Georgia 9-1 1151 2

8. Ohio St. 8-2 1036 11

9. Notre Dame 8-2 1001 3

10. Oklahoma St. 8-2 898 12

11. TCU 8-2 875 8

12. Southern Cal 9-2 866 15

13. Penn St. 8-2 818 16

14. UCF 9-0 807 14

15. Washington St. 9-2 614 19

16. Washington 8-2 575 9

17. Mississippi St. 7-3 492 18

18. Memphis 8-1 437 20

19. Michigan 8-2 315 21

20. Stanford 7-3 287 NR

21. LSU 7-3 276 NR

22. Michigan St. 7-3 259 13

23. South Florida 8-1 236 22

24. West Virginia 7-3 222 23

25. NC State 7-3 178 NR


Others receiving votes: Virginia Tech 110, Northwestern 72, Arizona 49, Iowa St. 27, Georgia Tech 6, Boise St. 6, Army 3, South Carolina 2, Iowa 2.