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Where is Ohio State football in the Associated Press Top 25 poll for Week 6? College rankings

COLUMBUS, Ohio — As Ohio State football waits to make its case for accolades on the field, the Buckeyes keep holding steady in the college football rankings.

Ohio State remained No. 6 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll released Sunday. The Buckeyes were actually jumped by North Carolina, which moved from 8 to 5 to take the top-five spot vacated by Florida after its loss to Texas A&M.

Ohio State also received no first-place votes after receiving two last week. Cleveland.com’s Buckeyes beat writer, Nathan Baird, switched his no. 1 vote to Clemson following a 42-17 victory over then-No. 8 Miami.

Clemson remained No. 1 and gained seven first-place votes to total 59. No. 2 Alabama received two first-place votes, while No. 3 Georgia received the other. Notre Dame moved up to No. 4.

Some voters have continued to leave Ohio State and other Big Ten and Pac-12 teams off of their ballots completely until those conferences begin their seasons. The Buckeyes’ season begins Oct. 24 against Nebraska.

Ohio State was the preseason No. 2 team with 18 first-place votes. The Buckeyes temporarily dropped out when the AP made only those teams with schedules set for fall 2020 eligible for the poll. They returned for the Sept. 27 pol and were ranked No. 6 in each of the past two weeks.

WEEK 6 ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25

Rank Team (No. 1 votes) W-L Pts. Prev.
1. Clemson (59) 4-0 1,546 1
2. Alabama (2) 3-0 1,463 2
3. Georgia (1) 3-0 1,430 3
4. Notre Dame 3-0 1,317 4
5. North Carolina 3-0 1,90 8
6. Ohio State 0-0 1,152 6
7. Oklahoma State 3-0 1,069 10
8. Cincinnati 3-0 971 11
9. Penn State 0-0 970 9
10. Florida 2-1 904 4
11. Texas A&M 2-1 883 21
12. Oregon 0-0 817 12
13. Miami 3-1 790 7
14. Auburn 2-1 703 13
15. BYU 4-0 693 15
16. Wisconsin 0-0 633 16
17. SMU 4-0 522 18
18. Tennessee 2-1 463 14
19. Michigan 0-0 417 20
20. Iowa State 3-1 405 24
21. Louisiana 3-0 342 23
22. Kansas State 3-1 302 NR
23. Virginia Tech 2-1 199 19
24. Minnesota 0-0 177 25
25. USC 0-0 124 NR

Others receiving votes: Marshall 106, North Carolina State 87, Oklahoma 71, Tulsa 62, UCF 57, Boston College 43, Coastal Carolina 38, UAB 29, Utah 29, Iowa 28, West Virginia 25, Army 21, Memphis 12, Air Force 12, Ole Miss 6, Arizona State 6, Texas 5, Houston 5, LSU 5, Washington 4, Missouri 2, TCU 2, Virginia 2, Louisiana Tech 2, Indiana 1

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Why Clemson is No. 1 over Ohio State on Nathan Baird’s Associated Press Top 25 ballot: College rankings

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The real college rankings that matter won’t be released until late November, when the College Football Playoff selection committee goes to work.

The rest of us will keep coming up with a consensus snapshot of how we think college football looks from week to week. And for the first time in 2020, I have a new No. 1 team.

Ohio State has been my No. 1 since the preseason, and on paper, the Buckeyes have an undoubtedly great team. Even with questions on defense, the totality of the offense will make OSU as dangerous as any team in the country.

Clemson, however, looks great on the field right now. The latest evidence came in Saturday’s 42-17 dismantling of Miami. Regardless of whether or not the Hurricanes were overrated coming into that game, what the Tigers are doing on the field right now deserves recognition.

Miami could not summon a pass rush that threatened Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, and he and running back Travis Etienne both looked sharp. Yet it was a Tigers defense that made the Hurricanes look completely pedestrian at times that mostly swayed my vote. Look around college football over the past weekend you’ll see why defense might ultimately decide who lifts the CFP trophy in January.

As such, I’m voting Clemson No. 1 and Ohio State No. 2. I was one of only two No. 1 votes for the Buckeyes last week. We’ll see if they have any after today’s poll comes out at 2 p.m. — and whether Clemson also took some votes from Alabama after a defense-optional victory at Ole Miss.

I similarly considered flipping Georgia and Alabama, but they will decide that question in person on Saturday anyway.

Here’s the rest of my ballot:

1-Clemson (4-0)

2-Ohio State (0-0)

3-Alabama (3-0)

4-Georgia (3-0)

5-Notre Dame (3-0)

6-Penn State (0-0)

7-Oklahoma State (3-0)

8-Wisconsin (0-0)

9-Oregon (0-0)

10-North Carolina (3-0)

11-Texas A&M (2-1)

12-Florida (2-1)

13-Auburn (2-1)

14-Michigan (0-0)

15-USC (0-0)

16-Cincinnati (3-0)

17-BYU (4-0)

18-Miami (3-1)

19-Utah (0-0)

20-Virginia Tech (2-1)

21-Tennessee (2-1)

22-Washington (0-0)

23-Minnesota (0-0)

24-SMU (4-0)

25-UCF (2-1)

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Mondly Partners with Oxford University Press to Introduce An Enhanced English Language Learning Module Supporting 33 Languages

BRASOV, Romania, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mondly, one of the world’s leading online language platforms, and Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press, today announce a new suite of custom English progress tests via the Mondly app.

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The collaboration between Mondly and OUP enables English language learning, assessment, and testing in 33 languages, including less common languages like Danish, Persian, or Hebrew. The new module offers easily accessible learning support with access to 3,500+ different questions and 108 different English language progress tests for each of the languages included in the partnership.

As part of this module, Mondly will now have lessons based on Oxford Practice Grammar tests and the Oxford 3000, and that are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for reporting at levels B2, B1, and A2. These tests are based on CEFR guidelines and integrated into Mondly’s pre-existing topics.

“We’re very excited to partner with OUP to offer content and testing from their world-renowned English-learning resources,” said Mondly CEO, Alexandru Iliescu. “There are over 1.5 billion people around the world currently learning English, including over 25-percent of our users. Mondly and OUP are the ideal team to comprehensively support and enable their learning journey.”

“We’re delighted to collaborate with Mondly, who have been pursuing innovative solutions for language learning for several years,” said Harry Cunningham, Partnerships and Innovation Manager at Oxford University Press. “Improving education around the world, and working alongside partners by providing our leading expert content to help more learners access the resources they need, is fundamental to achieving our mission.”

For more information, visit https://www.mondly.com.

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Internationally acclaimed by outlets like Business Insider, CNN and Forbes, it’s the first app to launch VR and AR experiences for learning languages, featuring innovative speech recognition and chatbot technologies. Mondly was also awarded “App of the Year” by Facebook, “Best New App” by Apple, and “Editors’ Choice” by Google Play.

About Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press (OUP) is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. OUP is the world’s largest university press with the widest global presence.

It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing program that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children’s books, materials for teaching English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and academic journals.

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