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Week Two College Football Polls: Kansas State tied for 34th in AP poll, 30th in Coaches Poll

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It's that time of the week, two days late because of the holiday.

This is what you do with your third quarterback in Ohio.
This is what you do with your third quarterback in Ohio.
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We're trying to unbury ourselves from all this other hullaballoo, so we'll be brief since K-State isn't actually ranked. But at least now we can provide the Angriest Fans in America something football-related to be mad about.

The Wildcats received 7 points in the AP poll, tied with Cincinnati for 34th place; in the Amway/USA Today Coaches Poll, K-State earned 23 points, tying them with BYU for 30th. Basically, no movement from last week.

The stunning news from today's poll releases is that the AP poll is 60% SEC. The evil empire of Dixie placed a ridiculous ten teams in the poll, although only one team is in the top five. The Big 12 has two, so take your superiority where you can find it.

AP Coaches
1 Ohio State (61) Ohio State (63)
2 Alabama Alabama (1)
3 TCU TCU
4 Baylor Baylor
5 Michigan State Oregon
6 Auburn Michigan State
7 Oregon Auburn
8 USC Florida State
9 Notre Dame Georgia
10 Georgia USC
11 Florida State Notre Dame
12 Clemson Clemson
13 UCLA UCLA
14 LSU Ole Miss
15 Georgia Tech LSU
16 Texas A&M Georgia Tech
17 Ole Miss Oklahoma
18 Arkansas Arkansas
19 Oklahoma Texas A&M
20 Boise State Arizona
21 Missouri Missouri
22 Arizona Boise State
23 Tennessee Tennessee
24 Utah Wisconsin
25 Mississippi State Utah
ARV: Wisconsin, Brigham Young, Northwestern,
Arizona State, Oklahoma State, West Virginia,
Temple, Florida, Cincinnati,
Kansas State, Minnesota, NC State,
Louisville, W. Kentucky, California, Stanford
Mississippi State, Arizona State, Oklahoma State,
Northwestern, Brigham Young, Kansas State,
South Carolina, Duke, West Virginia,
Miami (FL), Florida, Louisville,
Marshall, Minnesota, NC State,
Nebraska, Maryland, Temple,
Pittsburgh, Illinois, Memphis,
Stanford, California, Louisiana Tech