NCAA Football rankings 2012: Seminoles No. 3 in BlogPoll, Gators No. 11

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Florida State Seminoles and Florida Gators both remained in the same spots in the latest SB Nation BlogPoll.

Neither the Florida St. Seminoles nor the Florida Gators saw any change to their rankings in SB Nation's Week 6 college football BlogPoll.

The Seminoles remained the No. 3 team in the country according to SB Nation's bloggers, following a 30-17 win over the South Florida Bulls. Only the Alabama Crimson Tide and Oregon Ducks are ranked ahead of Florida St.

The Gators, meanwhile, remained just outside the top 10 following a Week 5 bye week, checking in as the No. 11 team in the country according to SB Nation's voters. Florida will have an opportunity to vault into the top 10 this week, as the Gators play host to the LSU Tigers, who are the fourth-ranked team in the BlogPoll.

Florida St. will continue ACC play this weekend, when they head to N.C. State to take on the Wolfpack. Even if the Seminoles win big, they'll likely remain the No. 3 team in the country – unless Oregon is upset by Washington.

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