Alabama doesn’t budge from the top in latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll

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Alabama managed to sneak away from Gainesville with a two-point win over the Florida Gators. And while there may be a few issues that need tending to, the Crimson Tide remain on top of the college football landscape.

A week filled with revitalized rivalries and an unmatched environment in Happy Valley brought us some very exciting games and a couple of questions regarding this week’s rankings.

The latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll shows that there were not too many shakeups, but a few team trending toward the top, after beginning their season a bit underrated.

Full USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll:

Rank

Team

Record

Points

Change

1

Alabama

3-0

1,616

2

Georgia

3-0

1,558

3

Oklahoma

3-0

1,429

4

Oregon

3-0

1,427

5

Texas A&M

3-0

1,283

6

Iowa

3-0

1,263

+1

7

Clemson

2-1

1,166

-1

8

Penn State

3-0

1,130

+4

9

Cincinnati

3-0

1,125

-1

10

Notre Dame

3-0

1,048

11

Ohio State

2-1

989

12

Florida

2-1

983

-3

13

Ole Miss

3-0

759

+3

14

Iowa State

2-1

700

15

Wisconsin

1-1

589

+2

16

BYU

3-0

504

+7

17

Coastal Carolina

3-0

500

+1

18

Arkansas

3-0

474

+6

19

Michigan

3-0

423

+6

20

North Carolina

2-1

411

-1

21

Michigan State

3-0

344

+8

22

Oklahoma State

3-0

300

-3

23

Auburn

2-1

171

-3

24

UCLA

2-1

170

-11

25

Fresno State

3-1

85

+16

Schools dropped out

No. 15 Virginia Tech; No. 21 Arizona State.

Others receiving votes

Liberty 80; Kentucky 69; Texas Christian 50; Virginia Tech 49; Texas 42; Southern California 41; San Diego State 41; Kansas State 40; Memphis 27; Boston College 27; Maryland 26; Arizona State 26; Louisiana State 25; Wake Forest 22; West Virginia 19; UL Lafayette 17; Baylor 13; Army 12; Southern Methodist 8; Nevada 7; Stanford 6; Central Florida 6; Utah State 2; Tennessee 2; Rutgers 2; Texas-San Antonio 1; Miami 1.

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