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FSU falls to No. 12 in Coaches Poll

  • Chris Nee

    USA Today Coaches Poll
    RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS FIRST PLACE VOTES PREVIOUS RANK

    1 Notre Dame 12-0 1469 56 1
    2 Alabama 11-1 1398 2 2
    3 Georgia 11-1 1341 1 3
    4 Oregon 11-1 1277 0 4
    5 Florida 11-1 1265 0 6
    6 LSU 10-2 1124 0 7
    7 Kansas St. 10-1 1114 0 8
    8 Texas A&M 10-2 1076 0 10
    9 Stanford 10-2 1008 0 11
    10 South Carolina 10-2 972 0 12
    11 Oklahoma 9-2 878 0 13
    12 Florida St. 10-2 829 0 5
    13 Nebraska 10-2 765 0 14
    14 Clemson 10-2 720 0 9
    15 Boise St. 9-2 479 0 22
    16 UCLA 9-3 445 0 16
    17 Oregon St. 8-3 410 0 17
    18 Northern Illinois 11-1 377 0 23
    19 Kent St. 11-1 337 0 25
    20 Northwestern 9-3 314 0 NR
    21 Texas 8-3 312 0 15
    22 Utah State 10-2 264 0 NR
    23 Louisville 9-2 184 0 18
    24 Michigan 8-4 158 0 20
    25 Rutgers 9-2 152 0 19

    Schools Dropped Out

    No. 21 Oklahoma State (7-4), No. 24 Mississippi State (8-4).

    Others Receiving Votes

    Oklahoma State (7-4) 129; San Jose State (10-2) 105; Vanderbilt (8-4) 94; Fresno State (9-3) 39; TCU (7-4) 34; San Diego State (9-3) 28; Cincinnati (8-3) 17; Arizona State (7-5) 13; Arkansas State (8-3) 13; Mississippi State (8-4) 11; Middle Tennessee (8-3) 7; Central Florida (9-3) 5; Louisiana Tech (9-3) 5; Arizona (7-5) 3; Toledo (9-3) 2; Baylor (6-5) 1; Southern California (7-5) 1.

    List of Voters

    The USA TODAY Board of Coaches is made up of 59 head coaches at Bowl Subdivision schools. All are members of the American Football Coaches Association. The board for the 2012 season: David Bailiff, Rice; Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech; Tim Beckman, Illinois; Bret Bielema, Wisconsin; Terry Bowden, Akron; Art Briles, Baylor; Troy Calhoun, Air Force; Matt Campbell, Toledo; Gene Chizik, Auburn; Dave Christensen, Wyoming; Mark Dantonio, Michigan State; Tim DeRuyter, Fresno State; Dave Doeren, Northern Illinois; Sonny Dykes, Louisiana Tech; Jimbo Fisher, Florida State; Kyle Flood, Rutgers; James Franklin, Vanderbilt; Al Golden, Miami (Fla.); Todd Graham, Arizona State; Jim Grobe, Wake Forest; Darrell Hazell, Kent State; Brady Hoke, Michigan; Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia; Skip Holtz, South Florida; Mark Hudspeth, Louisiana-Lafayette; Curtis Johnson, Tulane; Ellis Johnson, Southern Miss; Butch Jones, Cincinnati; Brian Kelly, Notre Dame; Mike Leach, Washington State; Pete Lembo, Ball State; Tony Levine, Houston; Mike London, Virginia; Rocky Long, San Diego State; Dan McCarney, North Texas; Mike MacIntyre, San Jose State; Ruffin McNeill, East Carolina; Gus Malzahn, Arkansas State; Bronco Mendenhall, BYU; Les Miles, LSU; George OLeary, Central Florida; Paul Pasqualoni, Connecticut; Bo Pelini, Nebraska; Chris Petersen, Boise State; Joker Phillips, Kentucky; Paul Rhoads, Iowa State; Mark Richt, Georgia; Mike Riley, Oregon State; Rich Rodriguez, Arizona; Nick Saban, Alabama; Steve Sarkisian, Washington; Frank Solich, Ohio; Steve Spurrier, South Carolina; Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee; Bob Stoops, Oklahoma; Dabo Swinney, Clemson; Jeff Tedford, California; Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech; Kevin Wilson, Indiana.

    Miscellaneous Notes

    AFCA policy bars schools under major NCAA or conference sanctions from receiving votes. Schools affected this season are North Carolina, Ohio State and Penn State. Central Florida remains eligible until the NCAA rules on its appeal.

    This post was edited by Chris Nee 17 months ago

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