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The Amway USA Today Coaches Poll is out after a thrilling opening weekend of college football. Who rose? Who fell? Let’s find out.

UPDATE: The AP Poll is here.

Coaches Poll

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide (+0)
  2. Clemson Tigers (+0)
  3. Florida State Seminoles (+1)
  4. Ohio State Buckeyes (+1)
  5. Stanford Cardinal (+2)
  6. Michigan Wolverines (+2)
  7. Houston Cougars (+6)
  8. Michigan State Spartans (+3)
  9. Georgia Bulldogs (+7)
  10. Iowa Hawkeyes (+5)
  11. Washington Huskies (+7)
  12. TCU Horned Frogs (+2)
  13. Oklahoma Sooners (-10)
  14. Tennessee Volunteers (-4)
  15. Louisville Cardinals (+8)
  16. Wisconsin Badgers (+11)
  17. Oklahoma State Cowboys (+2)
  18. Mississippi Rebels (-6)
  19. Baylor Bears (+2)
  20. Texas Longhorns (+12)
  21. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (-12)
  22. Louisiana State Tigers (-16)
  23. Oregon Ducks (-1)
  24. Texas A&M Aggies (+7)
  25. Florida Gators (+0)

West Virginia also received eight votes.

The Coaches Poll has half of the Big 12 in the Top 25, which is a solid start to the season for the conference.

AP Poll

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide (+0)
  2. Clemson Tigers (+0)
  3. Florida State Seminoles (+1)
  4. Ohio State Buckeyes (+2)
  5. Michigan Wolverines (+2)
  6. Houston Cougars (+9)
  7. Stanford Cardinal (+1)
  8. Washington Huskies (+6)
  9. Georgia Bulldogs (+9)
  10. Wisconsin Badgers (NR)
  11. Texas Longhorns (NR)
  12. Michigan State Spartans (+0)
  13. Louisville Cardinals (+6)
  14. Oklahoma Sooners (-11)
  15. TCU Horned Frogs (+2)
  16. Iowa Hawkeyes (+1)
  17. Tennessee Volunteers (-8)
  18. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (-8)
  19. Mississippi Rebels (-8)
  20. Texas A&M Aggies (NR)
  21. LSU Tigers (-16)
  22. Oklahoma State Cowboys (-1)
  23. Baylor Bears (+0)
  24. Oregon Ducks (+0)
  25. Miami Hurricane (NR)

What do you think about the poll? Is Tennessee too high? Is Baylor really better than the September National Champions? Are AP voters insane? Let us hear in the comments below.