The LSU Tigers, who fell to the Alabama Crimson Tide, 30-16, on Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, dropped to number nine in the latest Associated Pressed top 25 poll, which was released on Sunday night.

The defeat dropped LSU to 7-1, overall, and 4-1 in SEC play.

The Tigers return to action on Saturday, when they play host to the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Clemson, after their big 23-13 win over Florida St., is the new number one team in the poll, while Ohio St., the previous top team, fell to the second spot, even after a 28-14 win over Minnesota.

Alabama, following the win over LSU, jumps four spots to number three this week, while Baylor and Oklahoma St. round out the top five.

Notre Dame, Stanford, Iowa, LSU, and Utah are ranked 6-10, respectively.

At 11-15, it’s Florida, Oklahoma, TCU, Michigan St., and Michigan, followed by Houston, North Carolina, UCLA, Florida St., and Mississippi St. in spots 16-20.

Finally, at 21-25, it’s Temple, Navy, Wisconsin, Northwestern, and Memphis.

Ole Miss, Toledo, and Texas A&M dropped out from last week’s poll.

View the complete poll here.