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Missouri moves up in college football polls

Sunday, November 14, 2010 | 6:23 p.m. CST; updated 10:49 p.m. CST, Tuesday, November 16, 2010

After two weeks of downward movement in the college football polls, the Missouri Tigers saw some movement in a positive direction Sunday.

Following a 38-28 win against Kansas State, the Tigers (8-2) improved five spots to No. 15 in The Associated Press poll and four spots to No. 16 in the USA Today coaches' poll. In the BCS standings released Sunday night, Missouri moved from No. 17 to No. 15, one spot behind Oklahoma.

The Associated Press poll

RK TEAM RECORD PTS PVS
1 Oregon (38) 10-0 1469 1
2 Auburn (12) 11-0 1427 2
3 Boise State (9) 9-0 1377 4
4 TCU (1) 11-0 1361 3
5 LSU 9-1 1220 5
6 Wisconsin 9-1 1176 6
7 Stanford 9-1 1129 7
8 Ohio State 9-1 1073 8
9 Nebraska 9-1 1051 9
10 Alabama 8-2 916 11
11 Michigan St 9-1 910 10
12 Oklahoma St 9-1 879 12
13 Arkansas 8-2 816 14
14 Virginia Tech 8-2 671 16
15 Missouri 8-2 624 20
16 Oklahoma 8-2 611 19
17 South Carolina 7-3 520 22
18 Texas A&M 7-3 413 23
19 Nevada 9-1 412 21
20 USC 7-3 310 NR
21 Iowa 7-3 251 13
22 Mississippi St 7-3 222 17
23 Arizona 7-3 156 18
24 Miami (FL) 7-3 107 NR
25 Utah 8-2 105 15


Boise State jumped back ahead of TCU for third position in the AP poll after the Horned Frogs played their closest game of the season. No. 1 Oregon and No. 2 Auburn held their places.

The rest of the top 10 was nearly unchanged with No. 5 LSU followed by Wisconsin, Stanford, Ohio State and Nebraska. Alabama jumped one spot to No. 10, while Michigan State slipped a spot to No. 11 after a week off.

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