BOISE, Idaho - For the first time in three weeks Boise State did not move down any positions in the major football rankings, but the Broncos did continue to loss points in both polls despite a 57-7 win at Fresno State last Friday (Oct. 7).
Boise State kept is No. 5 ranking in the Associated Press media poll, and its No. 6 ranking in the USA Today Coaches' poll. The Broncos did lose 26 points in the media poll to fall to 1,222, while losing 16 in the coaches' poll falling to 1,170 points. Boise State does continue to hold its one first-place vote in the AP poll.
The top three spots remained the same for first time in almost a month. LSU is the top vote getter in the media poll with 40 first place votes and 1,450 points. Oklahoma leads the coaches' poll with 32 first place votes and 1,434 points.
Alabama and Oklahoma following LSU in the media poll, while LSU and the Crimson Tide follow the Sooners in the coaches' poll.
Wisconsin is No. 4 in the AP poll just 21 points ahead of Boise State.
In the coaches' poll, Wisconsin is also fourth with 1,244 points, while Stanford is ahead of the Broncos in fifth.
Boise State plays its first Mountain West game this Saturday (Oct. 15) at Colorado State. Kickoff is set for 4:06 p.m. (MT).