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TUSCALOOSA, AL (AP) -
Alabama has run its streak of weeks at No. 1
in The Associated Press college football poll to eight, the longest stay
atop the rankings by the Crimson Tide.
Alabama received 59 of 60
first-place votes from the media panel. The Tide has twice previously
been No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks - in 1979 when Bear Bryant
coached 'Bama to a national title and in 1980 when the Tide finished
Oregon is No. 2 for the
fifth consecutive week, though the gap between the Ducks and No. 3
Florida, which received the other first-place vote, narrowed after the
Gators beat South Carolina 44-11 on Saturday. Alabama had gone three
straight weeks as unanimous No. 1.
The rest of the top six was also unchanged after No. 4 Kansas State, No. 5 Notre Dame and No. 6 LSU all won.
South Carolina dropped from ninth to No. 17.
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