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This week's college football schedule

Nov. 2, 2013 at 11:35 PM   |   Comments

WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UPI) -- This week's college football schedule for USA Today coaches' poll ranked teams.

(Games Oct. 31-Nov. 2)

(All games Saturday except where noted)

(All times EDT)

1. Alabama (8-0) was idle.

2. Oregon (8-0) was idle.

3. Florida State (8-0) defeated No. 6 Miami (Fla.) (7-1) 41-14

4. Ohio State (9-0) won at Purdue (1-7) 56-0

5. Baylor (7-0) was idle.

6. Miami (Fla.) (7-1) lost at No. 3 Florida State (8-0) 41-14

7. Stanford (7-1) was idle.

8. Clemson (8-1) won at Virginia (2-7) 59-10

9. Oklahoma (7-1) was idle.

10. Missouri (8-1) defeated Tennessee (4-5) 31-3

11. Auburn (8-1) won at Arkansas (3-6) 35-17

12. Oklahoma State (7-1) won at No. 15 Texas Tech (7-2) 52-34

13. Louisiana State (7-2) was idle.

14. Texas A&M (6-2) vs. Texas-El Paso (1-6), 9 p.m.

15. Texas Tech (7-2) lost to No. 12 Oklahoma State (8-1) 52-34

16. South Carolina (7-2) defeated Mississippi State (4-4) 34-16

17. Louisville (7-1) was idle.

18. Fresno State (7-0) vs. Nevada (3-5), 10:30 p.m.

19. UCLA (6-2) defeated Colorado (3-5) 45-23

20. Northern Illinois (9-0) won at Massachusetts (1-8) 63-19

21. Michigan (6-2) lost at No. 24 Michigan State (8-1) 29-6

22. Central Florida (6-1) was idle.

23. Wisconsin (6-2) won at Iowa (5-4) 28-9

24. Michigan State (8-1) defeated No. 21 Michigan (6-2) 29-6

25. Notre Dame (7-2) defeated Navy (4-4) 38-34

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