Alabama holds ground in AP Top 25 after blowout win
The Associated Press voters still don’t see eye to eye with the College Football Playoff committee.
Alabama remained at No. 3 in the Sunday’s AP Top 25, despite being ranked No. 2 by CFP members this past Tuesday, and then walloping Mississippi State, 31-6, on Saturday evening.
Still, the Crimson Tide scored four first-place votes, and are the SEC’s highest-ranked team for the second week in a row, with Florida (No. 8), LSU (No. 17) and Ole Miss (No. 25) falling in behind them.
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Here’s the full list:
- Ohio State
- Oklahoma State
- Notre Dame
- Michigan State
- North Carolina
- Florida State
- Southern California
- Washington State
- Ole Miss
‘Bama hosts Charleston Southern this Saturday before traveling to Auburn for its final regular season game on Nov. 28.