After Louisville’s 24-10 win over Rutgers this Thursday, a week of upsets followed. Three teams in the Top 10 were upset and the Cardinals figured to move up in the polls. That didn’t happen. Here are the brand-spanking new AP Poll and USA Today Coaches Poll as of October 13th, 2013:

AP POLL

(###) Number of first place votes
 
1
Alabama (55)
Record: 6-0
PV Rank

1

Points

1,495

2
Oregon (5)
Record: 6-0
2
1,438
3
Record: 6-0
3
1,352
4
Record: 6-0
4
1,330
5
Record: 5-0
6
1,242
6
Record: 6-1
10
1,137
7
Record: 5-1
9
1,105
8
Record: 6-0
8
1,077
9
Record: 5-0
11
1,017
10
Record: 5-0
13
912
11
Record: 5-1
14
896
12
Record: 5-0
15
849
13
Record: 5-1
5
824
14
Record: 6-0
25
749
15
Record: 4-2
7
615
16
Record: 6-0
20
590
17
Record: 5-0
21
383
18
Record: 5-1
12
380
19
Record: 6-1
24
352
20
Record: 4-2
16
309
21
Record: 4-1
22
264
22
Record: 4-2
17
249
23
Record: 6-0
23
185
24
Record: 5-1
26
156
25
Record: 4-2
29
153

 USA TODAY COACHES POLL

1. Alabama

2. Oregon

3. Ohio State

4. Clemson

5. Florida State

6. Louisville

7. LSU

8. Texas A&M

9. South Carolina

10. UCLA

11. Miami (FL)

12. Baylor

13. Stanford

14. Missouri

15. Texas Tech

16. Georgia

17. Oklahoma State

18. Oklahoma

19. Fresno State

20. Virgina Tech

21. Nebraska

22. Florida

23. Northern Illinois

24. Michigan

25. Washington

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