FSU drops one spot to No. 10 in AP poll

Everett Golson and the Seminoles were limited to one offensive touchdown in Saturday's win.

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Florida State, which struggled on the road Saturday in a 14-0 win over Boston College, slipped down to No. 10 in The Associated Press poll. Ohio State is No. 1 and Michigan State is No. 2, giving the Big Ten the top two teams in the rankings for the first time since 2006.

The Buckeyes received 40 first-place votes after a lackluster victory against Northern Illinois on Saturday. Michigan State has seven first-place votes. The last time the Big Ten held the top two spots in the AP poll was November 2006 when Ohio State and Michigan went into their annual rivalry game Nos. 1 and 2, respectively.

No. 3 Mississippi made a big jump from 15 after winning at Alabama. The Tide dropped from No. 2 to No. 12. The Rebels received 11 first-place votes.

TCU is tied for third with Ole Miss and Baylor is No. 5.

Notre Dame is sixth, followed by LSU, Georgia, UCLA and Florida State. The Tigers receive one first-place vote.