Nov 2, 2013; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Kenny Shaw (81) hauls in a pass over Miami Hurricanes defensive back Rayshawn Jenkins (26) during the third quarter at Doak Campbell Stadium. The Florida State Seminoles defeated the Miami Hurricanes 41-14. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Hurricanes Drop in latest AP Poll

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Following their 41-14 loss against Florida State on Saturday, the Miami Hurricanes dropped to No. 14 in the latest AP poll.

The top six remained unchanged: Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, Ohio State, Baylor and Stanford.

With Miami’s loss, Auburn now sits at No. 7, followed by Clemson, Missouri and LSU, rounding out the top ten.

Week 11 AP poll:

1. Alabama (8-0)

2. Oregon (8-0)

3. Florida State (8-0)

4. Ohio State (9-0)

5. Baylor (7-0)

6. Stanford (7-1)

7. Auburn (7-1)

8. Clemson (8-1)

9. Missouri (8-1)

10. LSU (7-2)

11. Texas A&M (7-2)

12. Oklahoma (7-1)

13. South Carolina (7-2)

14. Miami (FL) (7-1)

15. Oklahoma State (7-1)

16. UCLA (6-2)

17. Fresno State (8-0)

18. Michigan State (8-1)

19. UCF (6-1)

20. Louisville (7-1)

21. Wisconsin (6-2)

22. Northern Illinois (9-0)

23. Arizona State (6-2)

24. Notre Dame (7-2)

25. Texas Tech (7-2)

The Miami Hurricanes are back to being one of the premier teams in all of college football. Unfortunately for them so are the Florida State Seminoles who trounced them last week in their annual game 41-14 and was the 14th time these two teams have met where both have ranked in the Top 10.  After that defeat by instate rival FSU the Hurricanes are now currently ranked #11 in the BCS standings, however despite the loss Miami football tickets still climbed up five spots in the TiqIQ Top 25 to #24 with their new home ticket average of $112. This week they Hurricanes take on the Virginia Tech Hokies in Sun Life Stadium. Virginia Tech has one of the better defenses in the ACC and should give a rebounding Miami team some serious problems. Fans looking to go to this game can find tickets averaging $76 per seat on the secondary market.

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