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Auburn remains No. 5 in coaches, AP polls
Sept. 7, 2014

Quan Bray celebrates a TD with teammates Duke Williams, left, Nick Marshall and Marcus Davis

By Charles Goldberg

AUBURN, Ala. Nothing lost, nothing gained for Auburn in the national polls Sunday.

The Tigers remained ranked fifth in the coaches poll and the Associated Press poll following a 59-13 win over San Jose State on Saturday.

The Southeastern Conference fills up the rankings. Five SEC teams are in the coaches' Top 10. Eight are ranked in the Top 25.

The SEC representatives in the coaches poll are Alabama, at No. 2; Auburn, at No. 5; Georgia, at No. 6; Texas A&M, at No. 8; LSU, at No. 9; Ole Miss, at No. 15; Missouri, at No. 22; and South Carolina, at No. 23.

There are still seven Auburn opponents that ranked: Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina and No. 20 Kansas State, who the Tigers will play next. Auburn is off this week before playing at Kansas State on Sept. 18.

Your coaches poll.

The Associated Press poll.

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