College Football Rankings, Week 8: B.C., UConn on outside looking in

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Alabama stays on top of the Coaches Poll, while Boston College and UConn are nowhere to be found after both teams lost Saturday.

Once again, Alabama is alone at the top of the Coaches Poll – and Boston College and UConn are on the outside looking in.

Alabama earned 59 first-place votes to stay atop the rankings. Oregon is second once again, with Kansas State jumping from No. 5 last week to No. 3 this week.

Boston College is coming off a 51-7 loss to Florida State on Saturday. The Eagles are 1-5 and have lost four in a row.

UConn lost to Temple, 17-14, on Saturday. Temple kicked a 29-yard field goal in overtime to secure the win and hand the Huskies (3-4, 0-2) their second consecutive loss.

Here's the entire USA Today Coaches' Poll for this week:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama 1475
2 Oregon 1414
3 Kansas St. 1307
4 Florida 1297
5 Notre Dame 1251
6 LSU 1179
7 Oklahoma 1021
8 South Carolina 1012
9 USC 995
10 Florida St. 919
11 Oregon St. 839
12 Georgia 806
13 Clemson 741
14 Louisville 695
15 West Virginia 677
16 Mississippi St. 671
17 Rutgers 495
18 Cincinnati 456
19 Texas A&M 397
20 Texas Tech 274
21 TCU 272
22 Boise St. 271
23 Stanford 215
24 Arizona St. 133
25 Michigan 96

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