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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 11: Texas A&M moves into top 15

After an impressive road win over Mississippi State, Kevin Sumlin's team moves into the top 15 of the AP Poll.

Stacy Revere

The Texas A&M Aggies continue their ascent up the AP Poll, moving up one spot to No. 15 in the Week 11 edition of the rankings. The Aggies pulled off an impressive rout on the road in the SEC West this week, beating a ranked Mississippi State team in convincing fashion. It was perhaps their best all-around performance of the season. They'll certainly need to replicate that effort next week, as they head to Tuscaloosa for a game against No. 1 Alabama.

The Crimson Tide needed a drive in the final minutes to come back on the road against LSU, narrowly edging the Tigers to stay undefeated and keep their lock on the top spot. It will be the ultimate test for Kevin Sumlin's squad, but hopefully they catch the Tide roughed up after a brutal back-and-forth game with LSU. The Aggies are one of six SEC teams in the top 15 of the poll. Here's the entire AP Poll:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama (60) 1,500
2 Oregon 1,421
3 Kansas State 1,395
4 Notre Dame 1,318
5 Ohio State 1,198
5 Georgia 1,198
7 Florida 1,112
8 Florida State 1,057
9 LSU 1,029
10 Clemson 931
11 Louisville 862
12 South Carolina 836
13 Oregon State 796
14 Oklahoma 765
15 Texas A&M 700
16 Stanford 655
17 UCLA 446
18 Nebraska 441
19 Louisiana Tech 355
19 Texas 355
21 USC 237
22 Mississippi State 187
23 Toledo 146
24 Rutgers 99
25 Texas Tech 97

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