How we voted in ESPN.com's Top 25

November, 11, 2013
11/11/13
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Neither Adam nor I have a vote in the major polls, but we do have a voice in ESPN.com's weekly national Power Rankings. And here's what we said this week:

Adam's Top 25

1. Alabama
2. Florida State
3. Ohio State
4. Baylor
5. Stanford
6. Auburn
7. Oregon
8. Missouri
9. Clemson
10. Oklahoma State
11. Texas A&M
12. South Carolina
13. Wisconsin
14. UCLA
15. Michigan State
16. UCF
17. LSU
18. Fresno State
19. Louisville
20. Northern Illinois
21. Arizona State
22. Oklahoma
23. Texas
24. Miami
25. Minnesota

Brian's Top 25

1. Alabama
2. Florida State
3. Ohio State
4. Baylor
5. Stanford
6. Oregon
7. Auburn
8. Clemson
9. South Carolina
10. Missouri
11. Texas A&M
12. Oklahoma State
13. Wisconsin
14. Michigan State
15. UCLA
16. LSU
17. Oklahoma
18. UCF
19. Fresno State
20. Louisville
22. Northern Illinois
22. Arizona State
23. Texas
24. Miami
25. Minnesota

Ohio State moves up to No. 3 on both our ballots after Oregon's loss last week. The Buckeyes are lurking but still need help ... We both have Wisconsin at No. 13, much higher than the major polls. The Badgers are still just 22nd in the BCS standings after beating BYU. They just can't seem to get any traction, and it's a shame. ... Michigan State is a top-15 team for both of us. The Spartans could move near or even into the top 10 by winning out in the regular season. ... And for the first time in what seems like forever, Minnesota is in both of our Top 25s. Hard to ignore what the Gophers are doing right now. They've won four straight and are 8-2.

What does your Top 25 look like this week?

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