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Alabama and West Virginia, unbeatens no longer, tumbled in The Associated Press' Top 25 college football poll, while top-ranked Florida picked up support without playing.

And the Utah schools moved up, Brigham Young University to 13th from 15th and Utah to 20th from 21st. WAC member Wyoming advanced one spot from 18th to 17th.The Crimson Tide (7-1), 20-13 losers to Tennessee, fell from No. 7 to No. 10 in Sunday's balloting by the 67 sports writers and broadcasters who vote in the poll. The Mountaineers (7-1) were beaten by Miami 10-7 and dropped from No. 12 to No. 18.

The Gators (7-0) remained on top for the sixth straight week with 59 first-place votes and 1,666 points. Last week, Florida had 57 first-place votes.

The top six positions were unchanged from last week. Ohio State (7-0), with a 38-26 win over Iowa, was second, followed by Florida State, Arizona State, Nebraska and Tennessee.

The Buckeyes received four first-place votes and 1,579 points, while the Seminoles (6-0) had three first-place votes and 1,563 points after a 31-24 win over Virginia. The Sun Devils (8-0), 41-9 winners over Stanford, had the other first-place vote and 1,481 points.

Nebraska (6-1) was a 63-7 winner over Kansas.

Despite their win over Alabama, the Volunteers (5-1) remained sixth, followed by Colorado, North Carolina, Michigan and the Crimson Tide.

Northwestern, a 27-24 winner over Illinois, was 11th, followed by LSU, Brigham Young, Kansas State, Penn State, Virginia, Wyoming, West Virginia, Notre Dame, Utah, Washington, Miami, Southern Mississippi, Auburn and Iowa.

Virginia fell from 14th to 16th after its loss to Florida State, while Iowa dropped five spots after its loss to Ohio State.

Five teams are undefeated in the Top 25 - Florida, Ohio State, Florida State, Arizona State and Wyoming. One other Division I-A team - Army (7-0) - is unbeaten but did not make the Top 25.

With its win over West Virginia, Miami moved from No. 25 to No. 22.

There were no new teams in the Top 25 this week.

Others receiving votes - besides Army - include Virginia Tech, Syracuse, East Carolina, Air Force, Michigan State, Navy, Texas Tech, Georgia Tech, California and Southern California.

POLL NOTES: Florida has won six straight games against Georgia, which is the Gators' opponent Saturday . . . As Florida State prepares to meet Georgia Tech this week, the Seminoles are undefeated in four games against the Yellow Jackets in the 1990s . . . Arizona State visits Oregon State, where the Sun Devils are 3-4-1 in their past eight games at OSU . . . BYU is 26-6-1 overall against UTEP.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

AP TOP 25

The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 26, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last week's ranking:

School Record Pts Pvs

1. Florida 7-0 1,666 1

2. Ohio St. 7-0 1,579 2

3. Florida St. 6-0 1,563 3

4. Arizona St. 8-0 1,481 4

5. Nebraska 6-1 1,404 5

6. Tennessee 5-1 1,347 6

7. Colorado 6-1 1,210 8

8. North Carolina 6-1 1,195 9

9. Michigan 6-1 1,080 10

10. Alabama 7-1 1,065 7

11. Northwestern 7-1 1,037 11

12. LSU 6-1 868 13

13. Brigham Young 8-1 790 15

14. Kansas St. 7-1 759 16

15. Penn St. 7-2 644 17

16. Virginia 5-2 580 14

17. Wyoming 8-0 576 18

18. West Virginia 7-1 459 12

19. Notre Dame 4-2 439 19

20. Utah 7-1 412 21

21. Washington 5-2 271 23

22. Miami 5-2 265 25

23. Southern Miss. 7-1 257 24

24. Auburn 5-2 231 22

25. Iowa 5-2 190 20

Others receiving votes: Virginia Tech 106, Syracuse 72, Army 66, East Carolina 63, Air Force 42, Michigan St. 20, Navy 13, Texas Tech 13, Georgia Tech 6, California 3, Southern Cal 3.