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Kansas State and Kansas moved into the Top 10 in Sunday's Associated Press college football poll, the first time both schools have been ranked in the elite group at the same time.

Kansas State climbed five spots to No. 8 after posting its third straight shutout Saturday, 30-0 over Missouri. Kansas soared 14 places to No. 10 after handing Colorado its first defeat, 40-24 at Boulder."Maybe we should make Monday a state holiday," Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said.

It is the first time Kansas State ever has been ranked in the AP Top 10. The Wildcats were No. 11 late last season.

Kansas is in the Top 10 for the first time since 1976, when the Jayhawks peaked at No. 8.

The intrastate rivals, both 5-0, meet Oct. 28 at Kansas State. However, neither team can afford to look ahead because the previous week Kansas plays No. 13 Oklahoma and Kansas State faces No. 2 Nebraska.

Florida State remained No. 1, receiving 40 first-place votes and 1,527 points after beating Miami 41-17. Nebraska, which didn't play Saturday, got 16 firsts and 1,490 points.

No. 3 Florida received two first-place votes after downing LSU 28-10. Ohio State, which tied Southern Cal for fifth last week, rose to No. 4 and got four first-place votes after beating Penn State 28-25.

Southern Cal remained fifth after defeating California 26-16. Rounding out the Top 10 were Tennessee, Auburn, Kansas State, Colorado and Kansas.

Tennessee moved up four spots after beating Arkansas 49-31, and Auburn also climbed four places following a 48-20 victory over Mississippi State. Colorado dropped five notches after losing its first game.

Michigan was 11th, followed by Alabama, Oklahoma, Northwestern, Oregon, Stanford, Notre Dame, Texas, Virginia, Penn State, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Iowa, Washington and Texas Tech.

Michigan fell four places after losing 19-13 to Northwestern, which jumped 11 spots to its highest ranking since 1963.

Virginia dropped 10 spots following a 22-17 loss to North Carolina, and Penn State plunged eight notches after losing at home for the second straight week.

Texas A&M fell 14 spots after losing 14-7 to Texas Tech, the Aggies' first Southwest Conference defeat since 1990.

Iowa and Texas Tech moved into the Top 25, while Arkansas and LSU dropped out. Iowa, which improved to 4-0 by beating Michigan State 21-7, is ranked for the first time since 1992.