Alabama remain No. 1 NCAAF team in AP Poll

NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — Alabama remain the top ranked team in the Associated Press NCAA college football poll, according to the latest release on Sunday.

The Crimson Tide (2-0), which held off a very determined Texas A&M side in a 49-42 victory in College Station on Saturday night, received received 59 of the first-place votes, for a total of 1,499 points from the nationwide media panel.

Oregon (3-0) picked up the other first place vote to remain the No. 2 ranked team in the country, with Clemson, Ohio State (3-0) and Stanford occupying the remain spots in the top five.

LSU (3-0) climbed two spots to No. 6, No. 7 is Louisville, while Florida State, who also moved up two slot are No. 8 and Georgia stayed put at No. 9.

Following the defeat, the Texas A&M Aggies fell four spots to No. 10.

The second ten is completed by Oklahoma State, South Carolina, UCLA, Oklahoma, Michigan, Miami (FL), Washington, Northwestern, Florida and Baylor.

Nebraska and TCU fell out of the rankings for this week.

AP Top 25
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Alabama (59) 2-0 1499
2 Oregon (1) 3-0 1413
3 Clemson 2-0 1347
4 Ohio State 3-0 1330
5 Stanford 2-0 1241
6 LSU 3-0 1134
7 Louisville 3-0 1092
8 Florida State 2-0 1058
9 Georgia 1-1 1051
10 Texas A&M 2-1 1001
11 Oklahoma State 3-0 848
12 South Carolina 2-1 821
13 UCLA 2-0 757
14 Oklahoma 3-0 692
15 Michigan 3-0 672
16 Miami (FL) 2-0 641
17 Washington 2-0 496
18 Northwestern 3-0 487
19 Florida 1-1 412
20 Baylor 2-0 355
21 Ole Miss 3-0 300
22 Notre Dame 2-1 277
23 Arizona State 2-0 229
24 Wisconsin 2-1 87
25 Texas Tech 3-0 60

Dropped from rankings: Nebraska 23, TCU 24
Others receiving votes: Michigan State 59, Fresno State 27, UCF 25, Northern Illinois 24, Georgia Tech 17, Nebraska 15, Arizona 11, Auburn 9, Boise State 4, TCU 3, Virginia Tech 3, Arkansas 2, Navy 1

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