Sept 15, 2012; Oxford, MS, USA; Texas Longhorns cornerback Ryan Roberts (30) scores a touchdown against Mississippi Rebels defensive back Dehendret Collins (1) during the game at Vaught Hemingway Stadium. Texas Longhorns defeat the Mississippi Rebels 66-31. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE
The Texas Longhorns and TCU Horned Frogs both won on Saturday, and both find themselves ranked in the teens in this week's Associated Press Top 25 Poll.
The Longhorns destroyed Ole Miss, 66-31, and jump from No. 14 in last week's poll to No. 12 this week. TCU's less-impressive 20-6 victory over the Kansas Jayhawks sees the Horned Frogs drop a spot, from No. 16 last week to No. 17 this week.
The Alabama Crimson Tide remain the No. 1 team in the country this week, with the LSU Tigers jumping into the No. 2 slot after a 63-14 throttling of the Idaho Vandals. The former No. 2 team, the USC Trojans, fell to No. 13 this week after an upset loss to the Stanford Cardinal on Saturday night in Palo Alto. With the win, Stanford jumps from No. 21 in last week's poll to No. 9 this week. Oregon, Florida State and Georgia round out this week's AP Top 5.
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