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Ballot Breakdown: FSU’s statement, top-10 makeover
Breaking down The Associated Press college football poll after Week 8 of the regular season.
Florida State has been a tease in recent seasons.
Plenty of talent, some impressive steps forward, but always a few frustrating steps back.
For the first time since Bobby Bowden’s Seminoles were in the midst of one of the great runs in college football history back in the 1990s, Florida State looks ready for a serious run at the national championship.
Florida State moved up to No. 3 in The Associated Press college football poll after a wild weekend produced an extensive makeover of the Top 25.
Alabama is still No. 1, Oregon still second and Ohio State still fourth, but otherwise there was much movement.
Florida State moved up two spots after its 51-14 win at Clemson on Saturday night.
The Crimson Tide received 55 first-place votes from the media panel. Oregon got three first-place votes and Florida State received two, the first time the Seminoles have gotten first-place votes since Sept. 2, 2002. Florida State is 6-0 for the first time since 1999, its last national championship season.
On Sunday night in the first BCS standings of the season, Alabama was No. 1, followed by Florida State, Oregon, Ohio State and Missouri.
The Seminoles destruction of Clemson has to count as the most impressive performance of the season.
Playmakers everywhere on offense, with Florida State having better receivers and Alabama better backs. NFL prospects on all three levels of the defense.
One clear advantage for Florida State is at quarterback, which might seem hard to believe considering AJ McCarron has led the Tide to two national titles and is so much more than the game-manager he has been too often labeled. But redshirt freshman Jameis Winston has quickly put himself in the Andrew Luck category of college quarterbacks. Winston looks as if he could play in the NFL right now and not be overwhelmed.
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