FOX Sports College Football Top 30- Week 7

The top 30 teams in college football in the week 7 poll by Sports...

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide
Record: (5-0)Points: 504 (13)
Alabama's defense is finding its groove. In their past three games they haven't allowed a touchdown and have only given up nine points. Last weekend they rolled Georgia State 45-3. Quarterback A.J. McCarron finished 15/16 with four touchdowns for the Crimson Tide.
Next Opponent: Kentucky
#2 Oregon Ducks
Record: (5-0)Points: 495 (4)
Oregon continues to light up the score board. This time it was Colorado, as the Ducks beat the Buffaloes 57-16. Oregon has scored at least 55-points in all five of their wins this season. They travel to Washington this weekend.
Next Opponent: Washington
#3 Clemson Tigers
Record: (5-0)Points: 470
Clemson christened the Orange into the ACC with a 49-14 beat down. Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd continues his torrid 2013 campaign, throwing for five scores. Clemson can't look past Boston College this weekend before their showdown against the Seminoles.
Next Opponent: Boston College
#4 Stanford Cardinal
Record: (5-0)Points: 452
The Cardinal got all they could handle from Washington, but continued their Pac-12 winning streak by outlasting the Huskies 31-28. Utah will welcome them to Salt Lake City before their matchup with UCLA.
Next Opponent: Utah
#5 Florida State Seminoles
Record: (5-0)Points: 446
Florida State continues to ride the arms and legs of red-shirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston bombarded Maryland with five touchdown passes in route to a 63-0 win. The Seminoles have this Saturday off before going to Death Valley to face Clemson the following week.
Next Opponent: Clemson
#6 Ohio State Buckeyes
Record: (6-0)Points: 421
Ohio State moves to 6-0 with a 40-30 win over a tough Northwestern team. Running back Carlos Hyde came up big, rushing for 168-yards and three touchdowns. Next up is Iowa in Columbus.
Next Opponent: Iowa
#7 Georgia Bulldogs
Record: (4-1)Points: 393
Georgia won a huge overtime game over rival Tennessee, 34-31. Quarterback Aaron Murray tossed three touchdown passes and had a huge 57-yard run at a key point in the game. UGA is hurting on offense after season ending injures to running back Keith Marshall and wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley.
Next Opponent: Missouri
#8 Louisville Cardinals
Record: (5-0)Points: 365
Louisville improved to 5-0 with a 30-7 win over Temple. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw for 348-yards and two touchdown passes for the Cardinals. Next up is a big game versus Rutgers on Thursday.
Next Opponent: Rutgers
#9 Texas A&M Aggies
Record: (4-1)Points: 360
Texas A&M ended an off week after beating Arkansas. Red-shirt sophomore Johnny Manziel is showing that last season was no fluke. Wide receiver Mike Evans is having a big time year for the Aggie offense. Next up is a trip to Ole Miss.
Next Opponent: Ole Miss
#T-10 LSU Tigers
Record: (4-1)Points: 350
LSU rebounded nicely after their heartbreaking loss in Athens to put up 59-points against Mississippi State in their win over the Bulldogs. The Tigers got big games from quarterback Zach Mettenberger, running back Jeremy Hill and wide receiver Odell Beckham. LSU hosts Florida this weekend.
Next Opponent: Florida
#T-10 Oklahoma Sooners
Record: (5-0)Points: 350
The Sooners got tested by TCU at home, but pulled it out. Now they face Texas in the Red River Shootout. Could Bob Stoops put the final nail in Mack Brown's career?
Next Opponent: Texas
#12 UCLA Bruins
Record: (4-0)Points: 337
The Bruins escaped Utah with a Thursday night win, intercepting six passes in the win. Now they'll welcome a reeling a Cal to the Rose Bowl before they visit Stanford.
Next Opponent: Cal
#13 Baylor Bears
Record: (4-0)Points: 314
Scott Drew would be impressed with the numbers the Bears are putting up on the scoreboard. Next up is a matchup with Kansas State, who's national title hopes they ended last year.
Next Opponent: Kansas State
#14 Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Record: (5-0)Points: 309
Miami improved to 5-0 with a 45-30 win over Georgia Tech. The Hurricanes got 325 all-purpose yards from Duke Johnson and three touchdown passes by quarterback Stephen Morris to get by the Yellow Jackets. The ‘U' has a bye week before North Carolina.
Next Opponent: North Carolina
#15 South Carolina Gamecocks
Record: (4-1)Points: 264
South Carolina beat Kentucky 35-28 on Saturday behind a balanced attack from quarterback Connor Shaw and running back Mike Davis. But it was star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's injury and absence that stole the headlines. The Gamecocks travel to Arkansas this weekend.
Next Opponent: Arkansas
#16 Washington Huskies
Record: (4-1)Points: 244
Washington was driving with a chance to beat Stanford before they came up short. Beat Oregon, who they haven't since 2003, with the whole country watching, and all will be forgotten.
Next Opponent: Oregon
#17 Florida Gators
Record: (4-1)Points: 242
There are two big stories for the Gators; their defense is one of the best in the nation and quarterback Tyler Murphy is filling in very nicely for the injured Jeff Driskel. Murphy threw three touchdown passes in the Florida win over Arkansas on Saturday. They have a huge test in Baton Rouge this weekend.
Next Opponent: LSU
#18 Michigan Wolverines
Record: (5-0)Points: 226
Michigan improved to 5-0 by beating Minnesota. Wolverine quarterback Devin Gardner was efficient, finishing 13/17 with one touchdown pass and one rushing touchdown. Michigan goes to Happy Valley to face Penn State on Saturday.
Next Opponent: Penn State
#19 Northwestern Wildcats
Record: (4-1)Points: 201
Northwestern played the Buckeyes close before losing by a score of 40-30. They had Ohio State down by three points late but couldn't hold the lead. The Wildcats have another stern test at Wisconsin on Saturday.
Next Opponent: Wisconsin
#20 Texas Tech Red Raiders
Record: (5-0)Points: 186
The Red Raiders spotted Kansas a 10-0 lead in Lawrence before blowing them out. Kliff Kingsbury, though, has his first real injury issue, to quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Next Opponent: Iowa State
#21 Fresno State Bulldogs
Record: (5-0)Points: 150
The Bulldogs have positioned themselves as the BCS Buster for 2013 and Derek Carr is looking to do something that older brother David never did- win a conference title.
Next Opponent: UNLV
#22 Missouri Tigers
Record: (5-0)Points: 141
Missouri got a nice SEC road win last week, as they beat up on Vanderbilt 51-28 in Nashville. They are off to a 5-0 start but face a stern test this week when they travel to Athens to face the University of Georgia.
Next Opponent: Georgia
#23 Oklahoma State Cowboys
Record: (4-1)Points: 128
The Cowboys rebounded from their first loss by beating Kansas State. Now they have a bye before hosting TCU.
Next Opponent: TCU
#24 Northern Illinois Huskies
Record: (5-0)Points: 102
Northern Illinois got a huge game from running back Cameron Stingly. He rushed for a career high 266-yards and two touchdowns in their win over Kent State. They sit at 5-0 and face Akron on Saturday.
Next Opponent: Akron
#25 Virginia Tech Hokies
Record: (5-1)Points: 99
Virginia Tech has ripped off five straight wins after losing their opener to Alabama. Saturday they knocked off the struggling Tar Heels 27-17. Quarterback Logan Thomas threw for 293-yards and three touchdowns. The Hokies host Pitt this Saturday.
Next Opponent: Pittsburgh
#26 Auburn Tigers
Record: (4-1)Points: 90
Auburn continues to have an impressive start to their season, beating Ole Miss on Saturday 30-22. The Tigers were led once again by quarterback Nick Marshall, who rushed for 140-yards and a pair of touchdowns. Auburn has Western Carolina this weekend.
Next Opponent: Western Carolina
#27 Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Record: (4-2)Points: 72
The Fighting Irish got some big stops defensively and had a balanced attack against the Sun Devils in a neutral site (Arlington, Texas) win over Arizona State 37-34. Notre Dame has a week off before facing rival Southern Cal.
Next Opponent: USC
#28 Nebraska Cornhuskers
Record: (4-1)Points: 65
Tommie Armstrong is now 2-0 in relief of Taylor Martinez, including their Big Ten opening win over Illinois. Next up for the Huskers is a matchup at Purdue.
Next Opponent: Purdue
#29 Wisconsin Badgers
Record: (3-2)Points: 47
Wisconsin had a bye weekend after losing to Ohio State but will welcome Northwestern to Camp Randall this Saturday.
Next Opponent: Northwestern
#30 Michigan State Spartans
Record: (4-1)Points: 21
The Spartans won their fourth game of the year by beating Iowa, behind a career-best 277 yards passing. Indiana is next up for the Spartans.
Next Opponent: Indiana

Oregon State 16, Rutgers 14, Arizona State 13, Ball State 5, UCF 5, East Carolina 4, BYU 1, Maryland 1, Ohio 1, Washington State 1

The FOX Sports Top 30 College Football Poll is voted on by 16 publishers, writers and analysts from the and FOX Sports platform.  Voters include: Ben Love (@BenLoveTSD), Bob Przybylo (@BPrzybylo), Brandon Huffman (@BrandonHuffman), Brian Dohn (@BrianDohnScout), Casey Cosgrove (@caseycosgrove), Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters), Dean Legge (@Dawg_Post), Jamie Newberg (@JamieNewberg), Jarret Johnson (@JohnsonJarret), Jody Demling (@jdemling), Joel Cox (@CoxBytes), Josh Harvey (@JoshHarveyFOX), Mark Murphy (@ITATJason), Mark Rea (@MReaBSB), Mike McAllister (@McAllisterOnFox), Scott Kennedy (@ScoutKennedy) and Tim O'Malley (@timomalleyND‎).

The votes were tallied with 30 points for No. 1, 29 for No. 2, 28 for No. 3, etc.

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