FSU, Auburn followed by MSU in final AP poll

FSU, Auburn followed by MSU in final AP poll

Florida State beat Auburn 34-31 in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday night to finish No. 1.
New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Florida State beat Auburn 34-31 in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday night to finish No. 1 in the Associated Press college football poll.

Auburn ended the season No. 2 after the SEC had its streak of seven straight national championships snapped.

Michigan State, after beating Stanford in the Rose Bowl, climbed one spot to No. 3 and was followed by Capital One Bowl winner South Carolina and Missouri, which captured the Cotton Bowl over Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma, Alabama, Clemson, Oregon and UCF completed the top 10. Alabama fell four spots to finish No. 7 after losing to Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl.

Stanford, Ohio State, Baylor, LSU, Louisville, UCLA, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, USC and Notre Dame finished 11-20 in that order.

The last five ranked teams were Arizona State, Wisconsin, Duke, Vanderbilt and Washington.

USC, Vanderbilt and Washington were all newcomers to the poll following bowl season.

1Florida State (60)14-0
2Auburn12-2
3Michigan State13-1
4South Carolina11-2
5Missouri12-2
6Oklahoma11-2
7Alabama11-2
8Clemson11-2
9Oregon11-2
10UCF12-1
11Stanford11-3
12Ohio State12-2
13Baylor11-2
14LSU10-3
15Louisville12-1
16UCLA10-3
17Oklahoma State10-3
18Texas A&M9-4
19USC10-4
20Notre Dame9-4
21Arizona State10-4
22Wisconsin9-4
23Duke10-4
24Vanderbilt9-4
25Washington9-4

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