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Oregon's loss at Stanford last Thursday has reordered the Heisman Trophy race, based on the results of the weekly Heisman survey conducted by USA TODAY Sports.

RE-RANK: Every team, 1-125

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston moved into first place in the new survey compiled Monday, accumulating 41.5 percent of the vote and displacing Oregon's Marcus Mariota. Texas A&M quarterback and 2012 Heisman winner Johnny Manziel is second with 28 percent of the vote, and Mariota narrowly landed in third, a half-percentage point ahead of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron. Baylor's Bryce Petty placed fifth with seven percent of the vote.

Winston moved into the top spot despite submitting his statistically worst game of the season Saturday. Winston completed 17 of 28 passes for a season-low 159 yards in a win against Wake Forest that included six interceptions by the Seminoles defense. Winston's passer rating in the game was more than 25 points off his previous season-low.

BCS: Alabama, FSU a solid 1-2

Despite the change of order, the race did tighten slightly this week. Winston's first-place share was 3.5 percentage points less than Mariota's of the previous week, and Manziel had a gain of 10 percentage points.

All five vote-getters in this week's survey received at least one first-place vote.

Breaking down the ballots (three points are awarded for a first-place vote, two for second and one for third):

1. QB Jameis Winston, Florida State: 19-6-3 = 72

2. QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 7-11-6 = 49

3. QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon: 1-5-8 = 21

4. QB AJ McCarron, Alabama: 1-4-9 = 20

5. QB Bryce Petty, Baylor: 1-3-3 = 12

More than two dozen staffers from Gannett properties participate each week.

HOW THE HEISMAN CANDIDATES FARED IN WEEK 11

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