Alabama continues to dominate both the Associated Press and USA Today/Amway Coaches' Poll this week.

The Crimson Tide received 56 of 61 first place votes from the writers and 62 of 64 from the coaches, easily outdistancing Florida State for the top spot.

The two polls agree on the other three teams in the top five, but not the order:  The AP likes Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson, while the coaches have the Tigers third, followed by the Buckeyes and Wolverines.

There are seven other SEC schools in the poll, but none in the top 13.  Tennessee, Georgia, Texas A%M, Ole Miss, LSU, Florida and Arkansas are all on the list.  LSU moved up to #20 in the AP poll, while holding steady at #22 in the coaches' poll.

Oklahoma State not only fell out of the Top 25, but fell behind five other schools receiving votes after their controversial loss to Central Michigan.  Officials from the MAC erroneously gave Central Michigan an untimed down at the end of the game.  The two Big 12 replay officials did not catch the mistake.  All have been suspended two games by their respective conferences.

There's bound to be some movement this week in the polls, as Ohio State travels to Oklahoma this week, while Florida State has to go to Louisville, a team that has scored 138 points in its first two games.

Appalachian State and Georgia Southern each received votes in the coaches' poll

For a complete look at both polls, click here.