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Last week's college football scores

Nov. 12, 2012 at 12:16 AM

WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Last week's college football scores for USA Today Coaches' Poll ranked teams.

(Games Nov. 6-10)

(All games Saturday except where noted)

(All times EST)

1. Alabama (9-1) lost to No. 14 Texas A&M (8-2) 29-24

2. Oregon (10-0) won at California (3-8) 59-17

3. Kansas State (10-0) won at Texas Christian (6-4) 23-10

4. Notre Dame (10-0) won at Boston College (2-8) 21-6

5. Georgia (9-1) won at Auburn (2-8) 38-0

6. Florida State (9-1) won at Virginia Tech (4-6) 28-22, Thursday

7. Florida (9-1) defeated Louisiana-Lafayette (5-4) 27-20

8. Clemson (9-1) defeated Maryland (4-6) 45-10

9. Louisiana State (8-2) defeated No. 23 Mississippi State (7-3) 37-17

10. Louisville (9-1) lost at Syracuse (5-5) 45-26

11. South Carolina (8-2) defeated Arkansas (4-6) 38-20

12. Oregon State (7-2) lost at No. 15 Stanford (8-2) 27-23

13. Oklahoma (7-2) defeated Baylor (4-5) 42-34

14. Texas A&M (8-2) won at No. 1 Alabama (9-1) 29-24

15. Stanford (8-2) defeated vs. No. 12 Oregon State (7-2) 27-23

16. Nebraska (8-2) defeated Penn State (6-4) 32-23

17. Texas (8-2) defeated Iowa State (5-5) 33-7

18. Louisiana Tech (9-1) won at Texas State (3-6) 62-55

19. UCLA (8-2) won at Washington State (2-8) 44-36

20. Rutgers (8-1) defeated Army (2-8) 28-7

21. Northwestern (7-3) lost at Michigan (7-3) 38-31 (OT)

22. Southern California (7-3) defeated Arizona State (5-5) 38-17

23. Mississippi State (7-3) lost at No. 9 Louisiana State (8-2) 37-17

24. Boise State (8-2) won at Hawaii (1-8) 49-14

25. Toledo (8-2) lost to Ball State (7-3), 34-27, Tuesday

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