College Football Rankings Week 15: Oklahoma State Narrowly Edged By Alabama For No. 2 in Coaches Poll

With college football fans waiting around with faded breath to see where their favorite teams may be playing their bowl game this winter, the USA Today/Coaches Poll for week 15 left LSU and Alabama as the top dogs in the country once again, though the Oklahoma State Cowboys are nipping at their heels. 

Ok-State comes in at No. 3 after their impressive victory over Oklahoma for the Big-12 Championship Sunday night, only 32 points behind Alabama for the second spot. The Stanford Cardinal (No. 4) and Oregon Ducks (No. 5) fill out the top five, with the Ducks getting the bid for the 2012 Rose Bowl after demolishing UCLA for the Pac-12 title, and will face the now No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers. Boise State, Arkansas, South Carolina and Kansas State round out the rest of the top 10. 

Here is the full coaching poll for week 15. 

 

1 LSU

 

2 Alabama

 

3 Oklahoma State

 

4 Stanford

 

5 Oregon

 

6 Boise State

 

7 Arkansas

 

8 Wisconsin

 

9 South Carolina

 

10 Kansas State

 

11 Virginia Tech

 

12 Michigan

 

13 Michigan State

 

14 Clemson

 

15 TCU

 

16 Baylor

 

17 Houston

 

18 Georgia

 

19 Oklahoma

 

20 Nebraska

 

21 So. Miss

 

22 West Virginia

 

23 Penn State

 

24 Cincinnati 

 

25 Florida State

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