Alabama skips Oklahoma for third place, Oregon moves up college football rankings – .

Alabama skips Oklahoma for third place, Oregon moves up college football rankings – .

The top of the Top 25 AP went through a shake-up despite winning the overall top five in Week 8. Having recorded his first scoreless first half since 2014 against modest Kansas, the No.4 of Oklahoma toppled the spot with Alabama’s No.3. Cincinnati, meanwhile, held firm in second behind the top-ranked Georgia.

The Crimson Tide won just one score over Tennessee in the fourth quarter, but used a late run to put the game out of reach. The Ohio State No.5 also looked dominant in a 54-7 victory over Indiana, but the performance was not enough to overtake the Sooners in the standings. Michigan comes in at No.6, while its rival in Michigan State ranks at No.8.

The Oregon No.7 jumped three spots in the standings after Penn State fell to No.20 after a nine-hour overtime loss to Illinois. Oklahoma State also dropped seven spots after losing to Iowa State, which entered the standings at No.22. Pitt jumped six spots after beating Clemson, while Ole Miss entered the top 10 again after having beaten LSU.

Check out the full AP Top 25 survey below:

  1. Georgia (63)
  2. Cincinnati
  3. Alabama
  4. Oklahoma
  5. Ohio state
  6. Michigan
  7. Oregon
  8. Michigan State
  9. Iowa
  10. Be miss
  11. Our Lady
  12. Kentucky
  13. Wake forest
  14. Texas A&M
  15. Oklahoma State
  16. Baylor
  17. Pitt
  18. Auburn
  19. high school
  20. State of pennsylvania
  21. San Diego State
  22. State of Iowa
  23. UTSA
  24. Coastal Carolina
  25. BYU

Others receiving votes: Arkansas 36, Louisiana 32, North Carolina State 28, Houston 12, Virginia 9, Oregon State 7, Arizona State 7, Texas 6, Appalachian State 5, Florida 3, Minnesota 1, UCLA 1


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