NEW YORK (AP/WIS) - The University of South Carolina's 31-10 win over SEC newcomer Missouri Saturday moved the Gamecocks up a notch in a national poll.
USC moved up from seventh to sixth in this week's Associated Press top 25 poll.
Oregon has slipped past LSU to No. 2 behind Alabama after the Ducks rolled to a victory and the Tigers struggled to remain unbeaten.
Oregon routed Arizona 49-0 on Saturday night in Eugene. No. 3 LSU hung on to win at Auburn 12-10.
Florida State remained No. 4 after its 49-37 victory against Clemson, and Georgia held steady at No. 5. No. 6 South Carolina gives the Southeastern Conference four of the top six teams in the nation.
Alabama got 59 of 60 first-place votes from the media panel, with LSU receiving the other.
Kansas State moved up eight spots to No. 7 after beating Oklahoma 24-19, the Wildcats' best ranking since September 2006.
The Sooners dropped from sixth to 16th.
Clemson dropped from 10th to 17th with Saturday's 49-37 loss to Florida State.