Mississippi St. Tops AP Poll Again, LSU Back In At #24
Mississippi St. quarterback Dak Prescott
The Mississippi St. Bulldogs remain the top team in the latest Associated Press top 25 college football poll, which was released on Sunday night.
The Bulldogs, who were idle last weekend, received 43 first-place votes, and remain in the top spot for the second-consecutive week, after topping the poll last week for the first time in program history.
Florida State, who improved to 6-0 by defeating previously unbeaten Notre Dame, 31-27, last Saturday, received 14 first-place votes, and stay at number two for the second-straight week.
Ole Miss, who defeated Tennessee, 34-3, to move to 7-0, received three first-place votes, and remains at number three.
Alabama and Auburn are ranked fourth, and fifth, respectively, making it four SEC schools ranked in the top five.
Oregon, Notre Dame, Michigan St., Georgia, and TCU round out the top ten, at 6-10, respectively.
11-15 consists of Kansas St., Baylor, Ohio St., Arizona St., and Arizona, with Nebraska, Oklahoma, East Carolina, Utah, and USC in the 16-20 spots.
Finally, at 21-25 this week, it’s Clemson, West Virginia, Marshall, LSU, and UCLA.
West Virginia, LSU, and UCLA are the newcomers to this week’s poll, while Oklahoma St., Texas A&M, and Stanford dropped out.