Ohio State moved to the top-ranked college football team in both the USA Today coaches poll and
the AP poll on Sunday, following a loss by Alabama.
The Buckeyes received 49 of 59 first-place votes in the USA Today poll.
The remaining schools in the top five each received at least one first-place vote.
Oregon claimed six of them as the Ducks climbed into the No.2 position and No. 4 Nebraska
received two as the Cornhuskers. leapfrogged fifth-ranked TCU.
The fifth-ranked TCU Horned Frogs and No. 3 Boise State each received a No. 1 vote for the first time since USA Today began administrating the coaches poll.
Ohio State jumped to the new No. 1 moving up one spot in the Top 25 in the Associated Press poll.
Ohio State received 34 first-place votes and Oregon (15), Boise State (eight), TCU (one) and
Oklahoma (two) also got first-place votes from the media panel.
The Crimson Tide fell 35-21 on Saturday at South Carolina.
Oregon is No. 2, followed by Boise State, TCU, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Auburn.
The Crimson Tide slipped to No. 8, LSU was No. 9 and South Carolina moved up nine spots to 10th after the program's first victory against a top-ranked team.
Other Big Ten teams ranked in the AP top 25 were Michigan State (No. 13), Iowa
(No. 15), and Wisconsin (No. 18). Nebraska, which officially joins the conference for the 2011-2012
season, was ranked No. 5.
The last time Ohio State was No. 1 in the AP poll was the final regular season poll of 2007.
The first BCS Standings of the 2010 season will be released Oct. 17 by BCS.
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