Oregon remains at No. 1 in new AP Top 25

Fresh off its 53-32 victory at USC on Saturday night, Oregon remained the top team in the new Associated Press Top 25 poll released Sunday.

Meanwhile, current BCS No. 1 Auburn closed the gap on Boise State but remained at No. 3 after its win at Ole Miss. The Broncos still sit at No. 2.

Most importantly for the Tigers, they jumped Boise State in the USA Today coaches’ poll, which is one of two polls used to determine the BCS standings. The Broncos dropped to third.

Oregon reached a new high for first-place votes (49) and points (1,487) from the media panel while Boise State received seven first-place votes and 1,403 points. Auburn lost a first-place vote to Oregon but received two votes as No. 1 and is now just seven points behind the Broncos.

Here is a look at the complete poll.

And don’t forget that the new NFP Top 25 will be posted late Monday afternoon.

AP Top 25 Poll

1. Oregon (8-0)
2. Boise State (7-0)
3. Auburn (9-0)
4. TCU (9-0)
5. Alabama (7-1)
6. Utah (8-0)
7. Wisconsin (7-1)
8. Ohio State (8-1)
9. Nebraska (7-1)
10. Stanford (7-1)
11. Oklahoma (7-1)
12. LSU (7-1)
13. Arizona (7-1)
14. Missouri (7-1)
15. Iowa (6-2)
16. Michigan State (8-1)
17. Arkansas (6-2)
18. South Carolina (6-2)
19. Oklahoma State (7-1)
20. Virginia Tech (6-2)
21. Mississippi State (7-2)
22. Baylor (7-2)
23. NC State (6-2)
24. Florida State (6-2)
25. Nevada (7-1)

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