Five days before their annual showdown, Nebraska replaced season-long leader Oklahoma as the No. 1 team in the Associated Press' college football poll.

Nebraska (9-0), which was idle last weekend, received 32 of 60 first-place votes and 1,164 of a possible 1,200 points from a nationwide media panel. Oklahoma (10-0), which held off Missouri, 17-13, received 20 first-place votes and 1,128 points.

The remaining eight first-place votes went to Miami (Fla.), which is No. 3 for the eighth consecutive week.

Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer said, "I wouldn't vote for us, either, the way we've been playing the last couple of weeks."

The No. 4 through No. 7 teams were unchanged from last week's poll. However, No. 8 Georgia lost to No. 12 Auburn, 27-11, and slipped to 14th. Clemson moved from ninth to eighth, followed by Louisiana State and Auburn. ASSOCIATED PRESS Team Record Points 1. Nebraska (32) 9-0-0 1,164 2. Oklahoma (20) 10-0-0 1,128 3. Miami (Fla.) (8) 8-0-0 1,101 4. Florida State 9-1-0 1,025 5. UCLA 9-1-0 958 6. Syracuse 10-0-0 894 7. Notre Dame 8-1-0 834 8. Clemson 9-1-0 714 9. Louisiana State 8-1-1 697 10. Auburn 8-1-1 689 11. Michigan State 7-2-1 611 12. South Carolina 7-2-0 530 13. Oklahoma State 8-2-0 405 14. Georgia 7-3-0 371 15. Tennessee 7-2-1 332 16. Texas A&M 7-2-0 319 17. Alabama 7-3-0 220 18. Iowa 8-3-0 130 19. Pittsburgh 7-3-0 103 20. Indiana 7-3-0 81