NFP Top 25

After Florida State survived a major scare at Louisville last Thursday night, Mississippi State thwarted the upset bid of Arkansas to keep Bret Bielema winless in SEC play.

Meanwhile, East Carolina looked out of sync offensively in a road loss to Temple, giving Marshall the edge in the race for the Group of Five's ‘New Year’s Six’ bowl bid.

After 10 weeks of play, let's take a look at the National Football Post's newest Top 25.

2014 record in parentheses and last week’s ranking in brackets.

1. Mississippi State (8-0) [1]

2. Florida State (8-0) [2]

3. Alabama (7-1) [3]

4. Oregon (8-1) [4]

5. Auburn (7-1) [5]

6. Notre Dame (7-1) [7]

Bill SnyderICONBill Snyder and K-State remain in the mix for the College Football Playoff.

7. Kansas State (7-1) [8]

8. Michigan State (7-1) [9]

9. TCU (7-1) [11]

10. Arizona State (7-1) [13]

11. Ole Miss (7-2) [6]

12. Baylor (7-1) [14]

13. Ohio State (7-1) [15]

14. Nebraska (8-1) [17]

15. Georgia (6-2) [10]

16. Arizona (6-2) [12]

17. Clemson (6-2) [16]

18. Oklahoma (6-2) [19]

19. LSU (7-2) [20]

20. Utah (6-2) [18]

21. UCLA (7-2) [22]

22. Duke (7-1) [24]

23. West Virginia (6-3) [21]

24. Marshall (8-0) [25]

25. Colorado State (8-1) [NR]

The next five: Wisconsin (6-2), Louisville (6-3), USC (6-3), Georgia Tech (7-2) and Missouri (7-2).

Dave Miller, the college football editor for the National Football Post, is on Twitter @Miller_Dave.

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