AP Top 25 Poll: Texas enters at No. 21 after Alabama loss

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Texas makes its first appearance in the AP Top 25 Poll after its 20-19 loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The Longhorns come in at No. 21 in the rankings but is to be without starting quarterback Quinn Ewers for 4-6 weeks due to an SC sprain.

Alabama fell one spot to No. 2 following the tight win over Texas in Austin.

Four Big 12 schools are featured in this week’s rankings. Oklahoma (No. 6) and Oklahoma State (No. 8) are off to 2-0 starts to the year. Baylor dropped an overtime thriller at BYU to drop to No. 17.

Here is a full look at the updated top 25 poll.

1. Georgia (2-0)

2. Alabama (2-0)

3. Ohio State (2-0)

4. Michigan (2-0)

5. Clemson (2-0)

6. Oklahoma (2-0)

7. USC (2-0)

8. Oklahoma State (2-0)

9. Kentucky (2-0)

10. Arkansas (2-0)

11. Michigan State (2-0)

12. BYU (2-0)

13. Miami (2-0)

14. Utah (2-0)

15. Tennessee (2-0)

16. NC State (2-0)

17. Baylor (1-1)

18. Florida (1-1)

19. Wake Forest (2-0)

20. Ole Miss (2-0)

21. Texas (1-1)

22. Penn State (2-0)

23. Pitt (1-1)

24. Texas A&M (1-1)

25. Oregon (1-1)

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