Alabama is still the No. 1 team in the country, at least according to the Coaches' Poll. Well, the reality is that everyone considers them the best team and the coaches concur, with all 59 voters ranking the Crimson Tide first in their ballots.
The Crimson Tide put a 38-7 beat down on then-No. 11 Mississippi St. to ensure their standing atop the poll, while Oregon scored 70 points in the first three quarters to cruise past Colorado in a fashion impressive even for the high octane Ducks.
One spot was available in the top five after Florida lost to drop form third to eighth. Kansas St., Notre Dame and LSU each moved up a place to complete the top five, while Georgia checked in at sixth.
Despite topping former No. 8 USC, Arizona couldn't work its way into the top 25. The Wildcats are in the group also receiving votes, though and did knock the Trojans all the way down to No. 17.
See the entire USA Today Coaches Poll here:
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