College Football Rankings, Week 15: Oregon, Stanford Gives Pac-10 Two Top-Five Teams

The latest college football polls are out, and the Pac-10 conference is well represented at the top. The Oregon Ducks, who beat the Oregon State Beavers 37-20 in the Civil War on Saturday, remained on top of the USA Today coaches poll for the eighth straight week. The Pac-10 champion Ducks garnered 34 of 59 first-place votes, 12 fewes than last week, and will battle Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game in Glendale, Arizona in January 10, 2011. Meanwhile, the Stanford Cardinal (11-1, 8-1) remained at the No. 5 spot, as they were last week. Stanford will also go to a BCS bowl, either the Orange or Fiesta Bowl, to be announced later today.

Here is the final regular season USA Today top 25:

  1. Oregon (34 first place votes)
  2. Auburn (24)
  3. TCU (1)
  4. Wisconsin
  5. Stanford
  6. Ohio State
  7. Michigan State
  8. Oklahoma
  9. Arkansas
  10. Boise State
  11. Virginia Tech
  12. LSU
  13. Oklahoma State
  14. Missouri
  15. Nevada
  16. Nebraska
  17. Texas A&M
  18. Alabama
  19. Utah
  20. South Carolina
  21. West Virginia
  22. Mississippi State
  23. Florida St
  24. UCF
  25. Hawaii

Stanford and Oregon are the only Pac-10 teams ranked in the top 25. Arizona did receive one vote, technically putting them tied for 33rd in the coaches poll.

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