Alabama remains No. 1 in NCAAF AP rankings

NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — Alabama remains No. 1 in the latest release of the Associated Press college football rankings, while Georgia replaced LSU at No. 6 on Sunday.

The Crimson Tide, who beat No. 21 Mississippi 25-0 on Saturday night to stay undefeated at 4-0 this season, collected 55 of the 60 first place votes and 1495 points in the rankings.

Oregon, which collected the next five place votes, stays at No. 2, with Clemson, Ohio State and Stanford completing the top five.

Georgia moved up three places to No. 6 after ending LSU’s undefeated run with a 44-41 result on Saturday, while Louisville and Florida State remain at seventh and eighth, respectively.

Texas A&M jumped one place to No. 9, while the LSU Tigers fell four places to No. 10.

The second ten in the rankings include, Oklahoma, UCLA, South Carolina, Miami (FL), Washington, Northwestern, Baylor, Florida, Michigan and Texas Tech.

Oklahoma State, after losing to West Virginia, dropped 10 placed to No. 21, while Notre Dame (last week, 22) and Wisconsin (last week, 23), fell out of the rankings.

AP Top 25
1 Alabama (55) 4-0 1495
2 Oregon (5) 4-0 1422
3 Clemson 4-0 1354
4 Ohio State 5-0 1305
5 Stanford 4-0 1280
6 Georgia 3-1 1171
7 Louisville 4-0 1091
8 Florida State 4-0 1069
9 Texas A&M 4-1 1012
10 LSU 4-1 979
11 Oklahoma 4-0 838
12 UCLA 3-0 834
13 South Carolina 3-1 812
14 Miami (FL) 4-0 753
15 Washington 4-0 665
16 Northwestern 4-0 550
17 Baylor 3-0 536
18 Florida 3-1 481
19 Michigan 4-0 471
20 Texas Tech 4-0 264
21 Oklahoma State 3-1 230
22 Arizona State 3-1 192
23 Fresno State 4-0 187
24 Ole Miss 3-1 132
25 Maryland 4-0 119

Dropped from rankings: Notre Dame 22, Wisconsin 23
Others receiving votes: Northern Illinois 104, Virginia Tech 49, Wisconsin 46, Nebraska 20, Missouri 14, Notre Dame 12, UCF 6, Michigan State 5, Rutgers 2

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