The West Virginia Mountaineers were completely shut out of the Associated Press rankings this season for the first time all year.
After suffering a brutal home loss to TCU on Saturday, West Virginia fell out of the Associated Press Top 25 poll for the first time all season. The Mountaineers, who are now 5-3 on the season, were completely shut out of the voting in Week 11.
Penn State picked up a few votes following its victory over the Purdue Boilermakers, receiving eight total votes in the AP poll.
The top four teams in the poll did not change places, with Alabama staying a unanimous No.1. Oregon stayed at No. 2 ollowing its victory over No. 21 USC, which fell from No. 18. Kansas State remained at No. 3 and knocked Oklahoma State out of the rankings, while Notre Dame remains at No. 4 following its upset scare at the hands of Pitt.
Ohio State and Georgia are tied at No. 5, with Florida following them at No.7. Florida State jumped up one spot to No. 8 in the polls, while LSU fell four spots to No. 9 following its loss to the Crimson Tide. The Clemson Tigers round out the top 10 in the AP poll.
Here's the entire AP Poll: