AP Top 25 College Football Rankings Wk3: Alabama No.1, Clemson Slips

The AP Top 25 College Football Rankings For Week 3, as Alabama Stayed No.1 And Clemson Slipped To No. 5 After Another Unimpressive Performance.

AP Top 25 College Football Rankings

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NEW YORK, Sporting Alert – Alabama remains the No. 1 team in the AP Top 25 College Football Rankings, according to the Week 3 released on Sunday.

The Crimson Tide (2-0) beat Western Kentucky 38-10 in Week 2 this past weekend, and although coach Nick Saban wasn’t particularly impressed with his team’s¬†performance, the voting panel believed they are still the nation’s top squad.

Alabama picked up 56 of the 61 first-placed votes from the voting panel for 1,520 points.

Next on the schedule for the SEC powerhouses is a trip to No. 19 Ole Miss this coming weekend.

But while the Crimson Tide were sitting still at the top, there were lots of movements below them in this week’s AP Top 25 College Football Rankings.

Florida State, which rout Charleston Southern 52-8 on Saturday, moved up one spot to No. 2.

The Seminoles (2-0) received four first-placed votes and 1,437 points.

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Despite starting the season with a 2-0 record, Clemson slipped three places to No. 5 this week after struggling to put away Troy on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Houston at No. 6, Stanford at No. 7 and Washington at No. 8, stayed still this week, but Wisconsin and Louisville, which completed the top 10, were rewarded for respective high-scoring wins on the Week 2 schedule.

Texas, Michigan State, Iowa, Oklahoma and Tennessee rounded out the top 15.

The biggest droppers in the rankings this week was Georgia, which slid seven spots to No. 16 after escaping with a 26-24 win over Nicholls.

Dropping from the AP Top 25 College Football Rankings this week were TCU and Oklahoma State.

Last week’s No. 15 Horned Frogs were sloppy in the defeat against Arkansas, while the then-No. 22 Cowboys were unlucky to lose to Central Michigan.

The Florida Gators, at No. 23 and the Arkansas Razorbacks, at No. 24, were the newcomers in this week’s rankings.

AP Top 25 College Football Rankings
Week 3
September 12

1 Alabama(56) 2-0 1520
2 Florida State(4) 2-0 1437
3 Ohio State 2-0 1359
4 Michigan(1) 2-0 1298
5 Clemson 2-0 1284
6 Houston 2-0 1264
7 Stanford 1-0 1137
8 Washington 2-0 983
9 Wisconsin 2-0 893
10 Louisville 2-0 890
11 Texas 2-0 872
12 Michigan State 1-0 747
13 Iowa 2-0 694
14 Oklahoma 1-1 686
15 Tennessee 2-0 665
16 Georgia 2-0 584
17 Texas A&M 2-0 564
18 Notre Dame 1-1 526
19 Ole Miss 1-1 473
20 LSU 1-1 391
21 Baylor 2-0 305
22 Oregon 2-0 292
23 Florida 2-0 205
24 Arkansas 2-0 198
25 Miami 2-0 197

Dropped from rankings: TCU 15, Oklahoma State 22

Others receiving votes: Utah 62, TCU 62, San Diego State 51, UCLA 47, Boise State 42, Pittsburgh 39, Oklahoma State 22, Nebraska 11, North Carolina 10, Auburn 7, Central Michigan 4, Colorado 2, Arizona State 1, Cincinnati 1

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