BOISE, Idaho - Boise State remained in the No. 4 position in both the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches polls following its 40-15 win at Toledo this past Friday (Sept. 16).
The Broncos continue to receive two first place votes in the media poll and 1,309 points, while they received two less points in the coaches' poll this week with 1,212 points.
Boise State has been ranked in the top-25 of both polls for 49 consecutive weeks. The last time the Broncos were not ranked was week four of the 2008 season (Sept. 14). The next week (Sept. 21) Boise State entered both polls with a No. 19 ranking by the media and 20th by the coaches'.
Oklahoma remains No. 1 in both polls.
Alabama and LSU continue to be ranked No. 2 and 3, respectively, in the coaches' poll while for the second straight week the teams switched places in the AP poll. Two weeks ago LSU was No. 2 and Alabama was No. 3. Last week they switched places in the poll, before again exchanging their positions for this week.
Stanford move into the No. 5 spot in both polls following Florida State's loss to Oklahoma yesterday.
TCU is the only other Mountain West team in the top-25 with a No. 20 ranking in both polls.
San Diego State received votes in both polls with the Aztecs garnering 14 points in the coaches' poll and eight in the media poll.