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This week in college football

Sept. 2, 2012 at 10:17 AM

WASHINGTON, Sept. 2 (UPI) -- This week in college football for USA Today Coaches' Poll ranked teams.

(Games Aug. 30-Sept. 3)

(All times EDT)

(All games Saturday except where noted)

1. Louisiana State (1-0) defeated North Texas (0-1), 41-14

2. Alabama (1-0) defeated No. 8 Michigan (0-1) 41-14, at Arlington, Texas

3. Southern California (1-0) defeated Hawaii (0-1) 49-10

4. Oklahoma (1-0) won at Texas-El Paso (0-1), 24-7

5. Oregon (1-0) defeated Arkansas State (0-1) 57-34

6. Georgia (1-0) defeated Buffalo (0-1) 45-23

7. Florida State (1-0) defeated Murray State (0-1) 61-3

8. Michigan (0-1) lost to No. 2 Alabama (1-0), 41-14 at Arlington, Texas

9. South Carolina (1-0) won at Vanderbilt (0-1) 17-13, Thursday

10. Arkansas (1-0) defeated Jacksonville State (0-1) 49-24

11. West Virginia (1-0) defeated Marshall (0-1) 69-34

12. Wisconsin (1-0) defeated Northern Iowa (0-1) 26-21

13. Michigan State (1-0) defeated No. 22 Boise State (0-1) 17-13, Friday

14. Clemson (1-0) defeated No. 25 Auburn (0-1) 26-19, at Atlanta

15. Texas (1-0) defeated Wyoming (0-1), 37-17

16. Nebraska (1-0) defeated Southern Mississippi (0-1) 49-20

17. Texas Christian (0-0) was idle.

18. Stanford (1-0) defeated San Jose State (0-1) 20-17, Friday

19. Oklahoma State (1-0) defeated Savannah State (0-1) 84-0.

20. Virginia Tech (0-0) vs. Georgia Tech (0-0), 8 p.m., Monday

21. Kansas State (1-0) defeated Missouri State (0-1), 51-9

22. Boise State (0-1) lost at No. 13 Michigan State (1-0) 17-13, Friday

23. Florida (1-0) defeated Bowling Green (0-1) 27-14

24. Notre Dame (1-0) defeated Navy (0-1) 50-10, at Dublin, Ireland

25. Auburn (0-1) lost to No. 14 Clemson (1-0) 26-19, at Atlanta

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