Alabama falls to 13th after win over USF, Auburn remains unranked

(WHNT) — The latest AP Top 25 poll has been released, and after struggling against South Florida, Alabama has fallen out of the top 10.

The Crimson Tide fell to No. 13 in the latest AP Top 25 poll, dropping 3 spots from last week’s poll despite winning Saturday.

Alabama struggled offensively against the Bulls especially in the passing game totaling only 107 yards through the air and playing two quarters.

Now, Alabama will return home to face the No. 15 Ole Miss Rebels on September 23 at 2:30 p.m. on WHNT.

Meanwhile, the Auburn Tigers are still not ranked in the AP Top 25, but received one vote to be ranked. The Tigers earned a 45-13 win over Samford and are 3-0 for the first time since 2019.

Auburn will travel to College Station, Texas to take on the Texas A&M Aggies on September 23 at 11:00 a.m.

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Other notable changes in the poll include Texas passing Florida State for third place, Tennessee dropping 12 spots from 11th to 23rd after falling to Florida 29-16 on Saturday and Florida joining the AP Top 25 by coming in 2nd place. .25.

The Kansas State Wildcats fell out of the AP Top 25 poll after losing 30-27 to Missouri on a 61-yard field goal. The Wildcats were ranked 15th in last week’s poll.

The entire AP Top 25 poll from Week 4 can be found below:

  1. Georgia
  2. Michigan
  3. Texas
  4. State of Florida
  5. U.S.C.
  6. state of ohio
  7. State of Pennsylvania
  8. Washington
  9. our Lady
  10. Oregon
  11. Utah
  12. LSU
  13. Alabama
  14. Oregon State
  15. Ole Mademoiselle
  16. Oklahoma
  17. North Carolina
  18. Duke
  19. Colorado
  20. Miami
  21. Washington State
  22. UCLA
  23. Tennessee
  24. Iowa
  25. Florida

Outside of the top 25, Clemson and Missouri received the most votes to be ranked, with Clemson getting 76 votes and Missouri 72.


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