AP Top 25 College Football Poll: Michigan, Clemson, Oklahoma Make Big Moves, Florida State Falls

Alabama held onto to its reigns as the No. 1 team in the country after the Crimson Tide took down then-No. 3 Florida State, 24-7 on Saturday. The Seminoles dropped to fell seven spots to come in at No. 10 in the Associated Press college football poll.

The Crimson Tide collected 60 of 61 first-place votes with No. 2 Ohio State getting the lone first-place vote. Defending national champion Clemson, Penn State and Oklahoma all jumped two spots to round out the top 5.

With the Sooners now in the top 5, that means that for the second consecutive week, there will be a top 5 matchup as Oklahoma goes on the road to take on Ohio State.

Michigan made one of the biggest jumps after defeating then-No. 17 Florida, 33-17, to check in at No. 8. Both No. 23 TCU and No. 24 Notre Dame moved into the rankings with West Virginia and Texas dropping out.

Here’s how the rest of the poll looks …

Associated Press Top 25 (Week 2)

1. Alabama (60) 1-0
2. Ohio State (1) 1-0
3. Clemson 1-0
4. Penn State 1-0
5. Oklahoma 1-0
6. USC 1-0
7. Washington 1-0
8. Michigan 1-0
9. Wisconsin 1-0
10. Florida State 0-1
11. Oklahoma State 1-0
12. LSU 1-0
13. Auburn 1-0
14. Stanford 1-0
15. Georgia 1-0
16. Miami 1-0
17. Louisville 1-0
18. Virginia Tech 1-0
19. Kansas State 1-0
20. Washington State 1-0
21. South Florida 2-0
22. Florida 0-1
23. TCU 1-0
24. Notre Dame 1-0
25. Tennessee 1-0

Dropped from rankings: West Virginia 22, Texas 23
Others receiving votes: Utah 96, UCLA 82, West Virginia 70, Colorado 65, Maryland 45, Oregon 44, South Carolina 44, Boise State 22, Northwestern 20, Houston 14, San Diego State 11, Texas Tech 4, Kentucky 4, Iowa 3, California 2, Mississippi State 1, Navy 1, Michigan State 1, Nebraska 1, Pittsburgh 1, Vanderbilt 1

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