Running back James Wilder Jr. and Florida State have moved to No. 1 in the two big college football polls this week.
(Will Vragovic / McClatchy-Tribune / November 30, 2013)
There's something missing at the top of this week's college football polls: Alabama.
Auburn's stunning, last-play victory over the two-time defending national champion has reshaped the last week of the season.
Florida State and Ohio State, the last two undefeated teams among national title contenders, moved to No. 1 and No. 2 in Sunday's major polls.
The new top five in the USA Today coaches' and Associated Press writers' poll is Florida State, Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama and Missouri.
The Harris poll will be released later Sunday in advance of the BCS standings.
Northern Illinois is 12-0 but only No. 16 in the latest AP poll.
Alabama (11-1) is the lone school among the top five without a remaining regular season game.
Florida State plays Duke on Saturday in the ACC title game, Ohio State plays Michigan State in the Big Ten championship, while Auburn and Missouri play for the SEC title.
The top two schools in Dec. 8's last BCS standings will play Jan. 6 for the BCS title at the Rose Bowl.
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