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College football Coaches Poll, Week 10: West Virginia sits at No. 19

The West Virginia Mountaineers are ranked 19th after their bye week.

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Rob Carr

The USA Today Coaches Poll has been released, and there's some considerable shifting after all the upsets that occurred on Saturday.

The Alabama Crimson Tide remain No. 1 with all 59 first-place votes. After Alabama, the top five are rounded out by the Oregon Ducks, Kansas State Wildcats, Notre Dame Fighting Irish and LSU Tigers in that order.

Les Miles' Tigers moved up from the sixth position while their SEC brethren, the Florida Gators, dropped from third to eighth following their loss to the Georgia Bulldogs.

The West Virginia Mountaineers are 19th in the poll, moving up three spots since last week. West Virginia has had two straight blowout losses, but was helped with the bye week.

The three teams that moved into the rankings are the No. 21 Nebraska Cornhuskers, No. 23 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and No. 24 Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Those programs replace the Michigan Wolverines, Ohio Bobcats and Wisconsin Badgers.

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