Alabama Unanimous #1 In AP Poll, LSU Slips To #4
For the first time this year there's a unanimous number one team in the Associated Press Top 25 college football, which was released on Sunday, with the Alabama Crimson Tide picking up all 60 first-place votes.
Alabama secured the top spot with a 33-14 win over the Ole miss Rebels last Saturday, moving them to 5-0 on the season.
The undefeated Oregon Ducks (5-0) remain in the second spot, after a convincing 51-26 win over the Washington St. Cougars over the weekend.
The LU Tigers drop one spot for the second-consecutive week, after their 38-22 win over Towson over the weekend. The 5-0 Tigers are number four this week, after being ranked second just two weeks ago.
The Georgia bulldogs improved to 5-0 on Saturday, with a 51-44 shootout win over the Tennessee Volunteers, good enough to keep them ranked fifth for the third straight week.
South Carolina, Kansas St., West Virginia, Notre Dame, and Florida round out the top ten this week, followed by Texas, Ohio St., USC, and Oregon St. in spots 11-14, with Clemson and TCU tied for 15th.
17-20 consists of Oklahoma, Stanford, Louisville, and Mississippi St. , with Nebraska, Rutgers, Washington, Northwestern, and UCLA rounding out spots 21-25.
Moving up one spot to number three this week are the Florida St. Seminoles, who improved to 5-0 with a 30-17 win on Saturday over the South Florida Bulls.