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Sep 3

Boise State drops out of AP Top 25 following loss

The Boise State football team dropped out of the Associated Press Top 25 on Tuesday.

The Broncos were ranked No. 19 in the preseason poll, but lost to Washington in their season-opener, 38-6.

Boise State still received one vote worth three points and checked in at No. 38 overall. Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free-Press slotted the Broncos No. 23 on his ballot.

The Huskies cracked the top 25 for the first time this season. Washington checked in at No. 20. Fifty-one of the 60 total voters placed the Huskies in the top 25, including Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer who moved them all the way to No. 8.

Boise State plays UT-Martin at home on Saturday. The Skyhawks were ranked No. 29 in the latest FCS coaches poll.

#7SportsInsider: Fresno State was the only other school from the Mountain West to receive votes. The Bulldogs were ranked 32nd with 22 points.

#7SportsInsider: Boise State was one of four teams that lost on the opening weekend but still received a vote. The others: Georgia, TCU and Virginia Tech

Associated Press Top 25
1. Alabama (58) 1-0, 1497
2. Oregon 1-0, 1355
3. Ohio State (1) 1-0, 1330
4. Clemson (1) 1-0, 1304
5. Stanford 0-0, 1277
6. South Carolina 1-0, 1181
7. Texas A&M 1-0, 1085
8. Louisville 1-0, 1073
9. LSU 1-0, 971
10. Florida State 1-0, 953
11. Georgia 0-1, 894
12. Florida 1-0, 875
13. Oklahoma State 1-0, 780
14. Notre Dame 1-0, 707
15. Texas 1-0, 674
16. Oklahoma 1-0, 612
17. Michigan 1-0, 583
18. UCLA 1-0, 387
19. Northwestern 1-0, 320
20. Washington 1-0, 315
21. Wisconsin 1-0, 287
22. Nebraska 1-0, 219
23. Baylor 1-0, 150
24. TCU 0-1, 148
25. USC 1-0, 135

Dropped out: No. 19 Boise State, No. 25 Oregon State

Receiving votes: Miami (FL) (1-0) 127, Ole Miss (1-0) 50, Arizona State (0-0) 48, Michigan State (1-0) 42, Northern Illinois (1-0) 27, Cincinnati (1-0) 27, Fresno State (1-0) 22, Virginia Tech (0-1) 12, Bowling Green (1-0) 9, Georgia Tech (1-0) 8, Arizona (1-0) 6, Penn State (1-0) 4, Boise State (0-1) 3, Virginia (1-0) 2, Arkansas (1-0) 1

— Jay Tust (Follow on Twitter: @KTVBSportsGuy)