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College football rankings, Week 5: Oregon jumps LSU for No. 2

There's little doubt Alabama will remain No. 1 in the Week 5 college football rankings, but Oregon made itself a case for No. 2 by rocking Arizona while LSU struggled with Auburn. Saturday's biggest winners, FSU and Notre Dame, could see nice gains as well.

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West Virginia and Texas are set to rise in top 25

The West Virginia Mountaineers and the Texas Longhorns are ready to rise in the top 25 after big victories over Baylor and Oklahoma State respectively. Stanford will probably fall after an upset loss to Washington.

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BCS Standings Simulation, Week 5: Notre Dame Hype Won't Be With Us Long

We know what the BCS rankings would look like right now if they'd officially been made public yet. This week, the Notre Dame hype train keeps on clanging as Florida State crashes the top three.

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