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Ohio State Remains No. 1 In Latest Coaches' Poll

rankings 3 through 5 of the coaches poll for CFB rankings.

College football continues to keep us on the edge of our seats.

Saturday featured a pair of rare quadruple overtime games, and also saw four top-25 teams fall in defeat, with Georgia Tech pulling out a last-second shocker in Atlanta against No. 9 Florida State. The USC Trojans reminded Utah who once controlled the conference, ending the Utes' title hopes and dropping them to No. 14. And after losses of their own, Texas A&M and Cal dropped out of the poll altogether.

Clemson had the most dominating performance of the day when it embarrassed the Hurricanes, 58-0, in Miami, but still couldn't crack the top 5. However, the Tigers did receive one first-place vote. Pittsburgh made the biggest jump, climbing four spots to No. 24.

Here is the poll in its entirety, via USA Today:

1. Ohio State
2. Baylor
3. TCU
4. LSU
5. Michigan State
6. Clemson
7. Alabama
8. Stanford
9. Notre Dame
10. Oklahoma State
11. Iowa
12. Florida
13. Oklahoma 
14. Utah
15. Florida State
16. Memphis
17. Michigan
18. Duke
19. Houston
20. Toledo 
21. Ole Miss
22. Temple
23. Georgia
24. Pitt
25. UCLA

Here's last week's poll. What do you think, college football fans? Did they get it right?