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AP Top 25 poll expected to have shake-ups

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By Anthony Caruso III

The Associated Press Top 25 college football ranking will look a bit different when it is released late today. The poll has been shaken up in the past two weeks.

This weekend, #2 Auburn Tigers, #9 Texas Christian (TCU) Horned Frogs, and #10 Arizona Wildcats all lost. With Auburn losing for the first time this season and Florida State having an easy win, Mississippi State is expected to take over the top spot.

Dak Prescott (Getty Images)

Dak Prescott (Getty Images)

Ole Miss, the other Mississippi school, is expected to move to second place, as Mississippi State had a bigger win on Saturday. This past week, Mississippi State and Ole Miss were tied at third with 1,320 points.

Previous #1 Florida State is expected to drop to third place. They had an easy win over Syracuse, and will face Notre Dame in a key matchup next weekend.

Baylor will move up to the fourth spot from the fifth spot. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are expected to move up, as well, to sixth.

The Tigers, who lost to Mississippi State on Saturday afternoon, are expected to drop to sixth place. Alabama Crimson Tide will likely stay in the 7th position after their 14-13 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Michigan State will also stay put at eighth. Oklahoma Sooners will move up from 11th to 9th, while the Oregon Ducks go from 12th to 10th.

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