AUBURN, Ala. Auburn's 45-41 victory over Texas A&M did wonders for its ranking in the Associated Press poll.
The Tigers vaulted 13 positions from No. 24 to No. 11 in the AP's latest poll, which was released Sunday. Texas A&M, the team Auburn beat 45-41 on Saturday, fell from No. 7 to No. 14.
Auburn also earned a spot in the USA Today coaches poll for the first time this season, entering the rankings at No. 17. In a bit of a surprise, the Aggies came in two spots ahead of the Tigers at No. 15.
There are four other SEC teams aside from the Tigers and Aggies in the AP's top 25: Alabama at No. 1, Missouri at No. 5, LSU at No. 13 and South Carolina at No. 20.
Auburn returns home this weekend for a matchup against Florida Atlantic. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET and will be televised by FSN.