MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 9 (UPI) -- After Saturday's 77-0 demolition of Texas A&M, Oklahoma (10-0) remained No. 1 with 1,575 points in the latest ESPN/USA Today college football poll.
The Sooners garnered all 63 first-place votes. Southern California (8-1) and Louisiana State (8-1) each had a bye and followed the Sooners at Nos. 2 and 3.
Defending champion Ohio State (9-1) continued its climb back into contention since a loss at Wisconsin on Oct. 11. The Buckeyes won their fourth straight, beating Michigan State, 33-23, to move up to No. 4.
The rest of the top ten is Michigan, Georgia, Texas, Washington State, TCU, and Purdue.
Florida State, Virginia Tech, and Miami dropped out of the top-10 after losses Saturday. The Seminoles lost at Clemson, the Hokies at Pittsburgh, and the Hurricanes at home to Tennessee.
FSU is No. 11, followed by the Hokies, Tennessee, Miami, Nebraska, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Florida, Mississippi, and Iowa.
Northern Illinois, Michigan State, Boise State, Miami of Ohio, and Kansas State round out the top 25.