College Football Rankings: Week 10 Harris Poll Begins With LSU, Alabama, Too

No surprise: it's a clean sweep for LSU and Alabama in the Week 10 college football rankings. The two SEC titans come in No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the Week 10 Harris Poll (PDF) after doing the same in the Week 10 AP Poll and the Week 10 USA Today coaches poll.

Just like in the other two human polls, the Harris Poll holds its top five steady: Oklahoma State, Stanford, and Boise State follow LSU and 'Bama in order. The only wrinkle with the Harris Poll? Stanford receives a first-place vote, the lone one that didn't go to either LSU or Alabama.

Elsewhere, Clemson fell four spots to No. 10 after its first loss of the year, Kansas State dropped five spots after being shellacked by Oklahoma, and Georgia Tech stormed back into the top 25 at No. 21 after knocking Clemson from the ranks of the unbeaten.

Here's the full Harris Interactive Poll for Week 10:

 

1 LSU

 

2 Alabama

 

3 Oklahoma State

 

4 Stanford

 

5 Boise State

 

6 Oregon

 

7 Oklahoma

 

8 Arkansas

 

9 Nebraska

 

10 Clemson

 

11 South Carolina

 

12 Virginia Tech

 

13 Michigan

 

14 Houston

 

15 Kansas State

 

16 Penn State

 

17 Michigan State

 

18 Wisconsin

 

19 Arizona State

 

20 Georgia

 

21 Georgia Tech

 

22 West Virginia

 

23 Cincinnati

 

24 Texas

 

25 Auburn

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