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Ohio State 10th, UW 29th in coach’s poll

Post by Don Ruiz / The News Tribune on Sep. 9, 2007 at 10:43 am with No Comments »
September 9, 2007 10:43 am

A Top 10 team will be coming into Husky Stadium on Satuday, as Ohio State moved up to 10th in the college football coaches’ poll released this morning.


Washington (2-0) technically remains unranked, but the Huskies moved up sharply, in effect assuming the No. 29 position.


USC remains No. 1 after a bye week. Oregon jumped in after routing Michigan. And frankly I’m a little surprised Arizona State shows up behind UW. I guess that’s a tribute to the releatively high profile that comes with ending the nation’s longest winning streak. (And playing a Western game in the day, rather than at night as ASU did.)


Boise State, previously ranked 22nd, not surprisingly dropped out of the rankings after their 24-10 loss to UW on Saturday.

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