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Last week's college football scores

Nov. 26, 2012 at 6:04 AM

WASHINGTON, Nov. 26 (UPI) -- WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 (UPI) -- Last week's college football scores for USA Today Coaches' Poll ranked teams.

(Games Nov. 21-24)

(All games Saturday except where noted)

1. Notre Dame (12-0) won at Southern California (7-5) 22-13

2. Alabama (11-1) defeated Auburn (3-9) 49-0

3. Georgia (11-1) defeated Georgia Tech (6-6) 42-10

4. Oregon (11-1) won at No. 17 Oregon State (8-3) 48-24

5. Florida State (10-2) lost to No. 6 Florida (11-1) 37-26

6. Florida (11-1) won at No. 5 Florida State (10-2) 37-26

7. Louisiana State (10-2) won Arkansas (4-8) 20-13, Friday

8. Kansas State (10-1) was idle.

9. Clemson (10-2) lost to No. 12 South Carolina (10-2) 27-17

10. Texas A&M (10-2) defeated Missouri (5-7) 59-29

11. Stanford (10-2) won at No. 16 UCLA (9-3) 35-7

12. South Carolina (10-2) won at No. 9 Clemson (10-2) 27-17

13. Oklahoma (9-2) defeated No. 21 Oklahoma State (7-4) 51-48 (OT)

14. Nebraska (10-2) won at Iowa (4-8) 13-7, Friday

15. Texas (8-3) lost to Texas Christian (7-4) 20-13, Thursday

16. UCLA (9-3) lost to No. 11 Stanford (10-2) 35-17

17. Oregon State (8-3) lost to No. 4 Oregon (11-1) 48-24.

18. Louisville (9-2) lost to Connecticut (5-6) 23-20 (3 OT)

19. Rutgers (9-2) lost at Pittsburgh (5-6) 27-6

20. Michigan (8-4) lost at Ohio State (12-0) 26-21

21. Oklahoma State (7-4) lost at No. 13 Oklahoma (9-2) 51-48 (OT)

22. Boise State (9-2) was idle.

23. Northern Illinois (11-1) won at Eastern Michigan (2-10) 49-7, Friday

24. Mississippi State (8-4) lost at Mississippi (6-6) 41-24

25. Kent State (11-1) defeated Ohio (8-4) 28-6, Friday

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