FOX Sports College Football Top 30- Week 14

The top 30 teams in college football in the week 14 poll by Sports...

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide
Record: (11-0)Pts.: 507Last Wk.: 1Trend: --
A.J. McCarron became the schools winningest quarterback in their 49-0 shutout win over Chattanooga.
Next Opponent: Auburn
#2 Florida State Seminoles
Record: (11-0)Pts.: 495Last Wk.: 2Trend: --
FSU scores a school record 80 points against the Vandals.
Next Opponent: Florida
#3 Ohio State Buckeyes
Record: (11-0)Pts.: 475Last Wk.: 4Trend: 1
The Buckeyes still haven't lost under Urban Meyer. Ohio State won their 23 straight.
Next Opponent: Michigan
#4 Auburn Tigers
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 448Last Wk.: 6Trend: 2
Auburn had a bye. They host Alabama on Saturday.
Next Opponent: Alabama
#5 Clemson Tigers
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 427Last Wk.: 7Trend: 2
Clemson pounded the Citadel 52-6 behind Tajh Boyd's five touchdown passes.
Next Opponent: South Carolina
#6 Missouri Tigers
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 426Last Wk.: 8Trend: 2
The Tigers are one victory away from a trip to Atlanta after a big road win against the Rebels, 24-10.
Next Opponent: Texas A&M
#7 Oklahoma State Cowboys
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 414Last Wk.: 10Trend: 3
Ok-State quarterback Clint Chelf threw for 370 yards and accounted for four scores in their 32-point win over Baylor.
Next Opponent: Bye
#8 Stanford Cardinal
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 366Last Wk.: 11Trend: 3
The Cardinal wrapped up the Pac-12 North for the second straight year with Oregon's loss and will try to avenge loss to Notre Dame next.
Next Opponent: Notre Dame
#9 Baylor Bears
Record: (9-1)Pts.: 358Last Wk.: 3Trend: 6
The Bears had their school record 13 game win streak snapped in their 49-17 loss to the Cowboys.
Next Opponent: TCU
#10 Michigan State Spartans
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 351Last Wk.: 12Trend: 2
Sparty's 30-6 road win over Northwestern makes Michigan State the champions of the Legends Division.
Next Opponent: Minnesota
#11 South Carolina Gamecocks
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 331Last Wk.: 13Trend: 2
The Gamecocks blew out Coastal Carolina 70-10.
Next Opponent: Clemson
#12 Oregon Ducks
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 301Last Wk.: 5Trend: 7
The Ducks had their worst showing in years on the road at Arizona, likely knocking them out of any BCS bowl talk.
Next Opponent: Oregon State
#13 Arizona State Sun Devils
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 285Last Wk.: 21Trend: 8
Arizona State won the Pac-12 South with their win at UCLA and can host Pac-12 title game with a win over Arizona at home.
Next Opponent: Arizona
#14 Fresno State Bulldogs
Record: (11-0)Pts.: 281Last Wk.: 15Trend: 1
The Bulldogs need a win over San Jose State to stay in contention for a BCS bowl, but they've already clinched a spot in the Mountain West title game.
Next Opponent: San Jose State
#15 Wisconsin Badgers
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 276Last Wk.: 16Trend: 1
James White rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown in the Badgers 20-7 win over the Gophers.
Next Opponent: Penn State
#16 LSU Tigers
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 266Last Wk.: 18Trend: 2
Give the game ball to LSU's defense, which put a hurting on Johnny Manziel and the Aggies offense.
Next Opponent: Arkansas
#17 UCF Knights
Record: (9-1)Pts.: 238Last Wk.: 17Trend: --
UCF beat Rutgers 41-17 behind quarterback Blake Bortles and running back Storm Johnson.
Next Opponent: South Florida
#18 Northern Illinois Huskies
Record: (11-0)Pts.: 224Last Wk.: 19Trend: 1
Northern Illinois beat Toledo 35-17 to remain unbeaten.
Next Opponent: Western Michigan
#19 Louisville Cardinals
Record: (10-1)Pts.: 193Last Wk.: 20Trend: 1
The Cardinals beat Memphis 24-17 in what very well could have been Teddy Bridgewater's final home game at Louisville.
Next Opponent: Bye
#20 Texas A&M Aggies
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 194Last Wk.: 9Trend: 11
LSU's defense was too much for Johnny Manziel. He finished 16-41 for 224 yards, two interceptions, and one score in their 24-point loss.
Next Opponent: Missouri
#21 Oklahoma Sooners
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 183Last Wk.: 22Trend: 1
The Sooners beat K-State 41-31. In doing so Bob Stoops became the all-time winningest coach in Oklahoma history.
Next Opponent: Bye
#22 USC Trojans
Record: (9-3)Pts.: 162Last Wk.: 23Trend: 1
The Trojans continued their hot streak under Ed Orgeron and now host UCLA to close out the season.
Next Opponent: UCLA
#23 UCLA Bruins
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 145Last Wk.: 14Trend: 9
The Bruins won't represent the Pac-12 South for the first time but will try to make it two in a row over their crosstown rival.
Next Opponent: USC
#24 Duke Blue Devils
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 141Last Wk.: 26Trend: 2
The Blue Devils scored a 28-21 road win at Wake Forest. They have tied a school record with nine wins on the season.
Next Opponent: North Carolina
#25 Georgia Bulldogs
Record: (7-4)Pts.: 60Last Wk.: 27Trend: 2
The Bulldogs beat Kentucky but lost Aaron Murray for the season with a knee injury.
Next Opponent: Georgia Tech
#26 Minnesota Golden Gophers
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 57Last Wk.: 25Trend: 1
Minnesota's season has been very good, all things considered, but Wisconsin was just a better team.
Next Opponent: Michigan State
#27 Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 55Last Wk.: 29Trend: 2
Notre Dame beat BYU 23-13 lead by Cam McDaniels 117 rushing yards.
Next Opponent: Stanford
#28 Texas Longhorns
Record: (7-3)Pts.: 52Last Wk.: 28Trend: --
The Longhorns did not play this week. They host Texas Tech on Thursday.
Next Opponent: Texas Tech
#29 Cincinnati Bearcats
Record: (9-2)Pts.: 38Last Wk.: 30Trend: 1
Cincinnati beat Houston on the road 24-17.
Next Opponent: Bye
#30 Nebraska Cornhuskers
Record: (8-3)Pts.: 32Last Wk.: NRTrend: NEW
Nebraska scored an overtime win at Penn State 23-20.
Next Opponent: Iowa

East Carolina 27, Ole Miss 22, Ball State 20, Arizona 14, Miami 13, Washington 13, Virginia Tech 6, Georgia Southern 3, Louisiana-Lafayette 2, Bowling Green 2, Boston College 1, North Dakota State 1

The FOX Sports Top 30 College Football Poll is voted on by 17 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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