LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The University of Louisville has climbed to a No. 6 national ranking in the USA Today Coaches poll, while holding steady at No. 7 -- and being leapfrogged by LSU -- in the Associated Press poll.
The Cardinals won at Kentucky 27-13 on Saturday. It was their lowest offensive output of the season, but didn't deter poll voters to demote them, as some speculated.
The top five in both in the AP remained unchanged, with Alabama's hold on No. 1 just one vote away from being unanimous.
Oregon got a single first-place vote in both polls and remains at No. 2, followed by Clemson, Ohio State and Stanford. LSU, which beat Kent State 45-13, moved from No. 8 to No 6, with U of L remaining at No. 7.
In the coaches poll, Ohio State holds the No. 3 spot, instead of Clemson, and with the Tigers and Stanford trading places in the No. 4 and 5 spot.
U of L is No. 6 in the coaches poll, followed by LSU, Florida State, Texas A&M and Georgia.