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FSU and UCF moved up in the latest USA Today coaches' poll, with the Knights claiming their highest ranking in school history.

The Seminoles jumped one spot to No. 2, earning four first-place votes following the team's 59-3 thrashing of Wake Forest and previous No. 2 Oregon's loss to then-No. 6 Stanford. Alabama remained No. 1 with 58 first-place votes.

UCF moved up two spots to No. 19 after the Knights' held on for a win over Houston Saturday night.

Despite UCF's win over Louisville earlier this season, the Cardinals moved up three spots to the No. 13 position -- six slots ahead of the Knights.

The coaches' poll, along with the Harris poll and a variety of computer rankings, are used to determine the Bowl Championship Series standings. The latest BCS standings will be released at 8:45 tonight.

The bump to No. 2 helps bolster FSU's strong bid to play in the BCS National Championship Game should it remain undefeated.

Despite Louisville's position ahead of UCF, the Knights would get the American Athletic Conference's BCS bid if they hold onto their lead in the standings and win the league title.

Elsewhere, struggling Miami dropped nine spots to No. 23 after falling 42-24 to Virginia Tech. The Hurricanes have dropped two consecutive games.

FSU and UCF also moved up in the Associated Press top 25 poll.

The Seminoles moved up one spot to No. 2 in the poll, earning three first-place votes. Alabama remained No. 1 with 56 first place votes.

UCF jumped from No. 19 to No. 15 in the AP poll. It's the highest AP ranking in school history. The Knights were ahead of Louisville, which was ranked No. 19.

Miami tumbled from No. 14 to No. 24 in the AP poll. 

Here is the full coaches' poll:

1. Alabama

2. FSU

3. Ohio State

4. Baylor

5. Stanford

6. Clemson

7. Oregon