Crimson Tide hold steady in Week 10 AP Poll

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Alabama didn’t win in a pretty way on Saturday, but a W is a W to most rational people, especially against a rival such as LSU.

After a 20-14 win against the LSU Tigers at home, the Crimson Tide’s position in the AP Poll remains unchanged.

Cincinnati and, of course, the Georgia Bulldogs are the two teams directly ahead of them in the poll.

After a close game against Tulsa, I expected the Bearcats to surrender their No. 2 position to the Crimson Tide. However, the voters didn’t feel the same way that I did. Just four points separate Cincy and Alabama in the poll, showing that Cincinnati’s margin for error is miniscule.

UGA dominated against the Missouri Tigers on Saturday, continuing to solidify their position as the best team in college football.

View the entirety of the Week 10 AP Poll below.

AP Top 25

Rank

Team

Record

Points (No. 1 votes)

1

Georgia

9-0

1,575 (63)

2

Cincinnati

9-0

1,440

3

Alabama

8-1

1,436

4

Oklahoma

9-0

1,406

5

Oregon

8-1

1,319

6

Ohio State

8-1

1,293

7

Notre Dame

8-1

1,139

8

Michigan State

8-1

1,096

9

Michigan

8-1

1,072

10

Oklahoma State

8-1

1,038

11

Texas A&M

7-2

1,006

12

Ole Miss

7-2

837

13

Wake Forest

8-1

763

14

BYU

8-2

636

15

UTSA

9-0

606

16

Auburn

6-3

478

17

Houston

8-1

467

18

Baylor

7-2

464

19

Iowa

7-2

437

20

Wisconsin

6-3

286

21

N.C. State

7-2

268

22

Coastal Carolina

8-1

264

23

Penn State

6-3

245

24

Louisiana

8-1

208

25

Pitt

7-2

194

Others receiving votes: Purdue 174; Arkansas 139; San Diego State 84; Utah 32; Iowa State 26; Kentucky 22; App State 20; SMU 4; Mississippi State 1.

RTW will keep you updated on Alabama’s position in all of the major polls!

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