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Florida State opens No. 1 in Amway Coaches Poll; Auburn and Alabama in Top 5

The Amway Coaches Poll is conducted weekly throughout the regular season using a panel of head coaches at FBS schools. The panel is chosen by random draw, conference by conference plus independents, from a pool of coaches who have indicated to the American Football Coaches Association their willingness to participate. Each coach submits a Top 25 with a first-place vote worth 25 points, second place 24, and so on down to one point for 25th.

  1. Florida State Seminoles (1543 points, 56 first place votes)
  2. Alabama Crimson Tide (1455 points, 0 first place votes)
  3. Oklahoma Sooners (1382 points, 3 first place votes)
  4. Oregon Ducks (1312 points, 1 first place vote)
  5. Auburn Tigers (1271 points, 0 first place votes)
  6. Ohio State Buckeyes (1267 points, 1 first place vote)
  7. UCLA Bruins (1085 points, 0 first place votes)
  8. Michigan State Spartans (1050 points, 0 first place votes)
  9. South Carolina Gamecocks (1009 points, 1 first place vote)
  10. Baylor Bears (965 points, 0 first place votes)
  11. Stanford Cardinal (955 points, 0 first place votes)
  12. Georgia Bulldogs (905 points, 0 first place votes)
  13. LSU Tigers (833 points, 0 first place votes)
  14. Wisconsin Badgers (654 points, 0 first place votes)
  15. USC Trojans (627 points, 0 first place votes)
  16. Clemson Tigers (535 points, 0 first place votes)
  17. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (509 points, 0 first place votes)
  18. Arizona State Sun Devils (358 points, 0 first place votes)
  19. Mississippi Rebels (346 points, 0 first place votes)
  20. Texas A&M Aggies (266 points, 0 first place votes)
  21. Kansas State Wildcats (257 points, 0 first place votes)
  22. Nebraska Cornhuskers (228 points, 0 first place votes)
  23. North Carolina Tar Heels (175 points, 0 first place votes)
  24. Texas Longhorns (143 points, 0 first place votes)
  25. Washington Huskies (142 points, 0 first place votes)

Others receiving votes: Missouri 126, Florida 122, UCF 102, Mississippi State 74, Oklahoma State 56, TCU 54, Michigan 53, Iowa 49, Miami 45, Duke 41, Louisville 32, Marshall 27, BYU 18, Boise State 13, Louisiana 12, Virginia Tech 12, Texas Tech 8, Cincinnati 6, Minnesota 6, Northwestern 5, Fresno State 4, Oregon State 4, Georgia Tech 2, Houston 2, Arizona 1, Arkansas 1, Northern Illinois 1.

 

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