Several teams made big jumps in the Associated Press college football poll on Sunday.
Oklahoma (2-0) jumped three spots to come in at No. 2 after taking down then-No. 2 Ohio State (1-1) on the road. Alabama stayed on top as the top-ranked team and Clemson, USC and Penn State rounded out the Top 5.
The last time the Sooners were this close to being No. 1 was back in 2011. The Crimson Tide collected 58 of 61 first-place votes with the Sooners collecting two and Tigers getting one first-place vote.
Louisville jumped three spots to come in at No. 14 and TCU, which took down Arkansas on the road, also jumped three spots to come in at No. 20. UCLA (2-0) was the only new team to jump into the rankings at No. 25 and made its first appearance as a ranked team this season.
Here’s how the rest of the poll shakes out…
Associated Press Top 25 (Week 2)
- Alabama (58)
- Oklahoma (2)
- Clemson (1)
- Penn State
- Ohio State
- Oklahoma State
- Florida State
- Virginia Tech
- Kansas State
- Washington State
- South Florida
Dropped from rankings: Notre Dame 24
Others receiving votes: Utah 101, South Carolina 72, Colorado 66, West Virginia 63, Oregon 61, Maryland 42, Notre Dame 31, San Diego State 16, Houston 10, Mississippi State 3, Boise State 3, California 2, Vanderbilt 2, Iowa 2, Texas Tech 2, Michigan State 1