Texas A&M stays put at No. 23 in the latest 2023 AP Top 25 Poll update after Week 1

After recording a jump in the latest US LBM Coaches Poll, Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M held firm in the latest AP Top 25 Poll update following Week 1 of action.

Georgia and Michigan held onto the top two spots in the latest rankings, while Alabama jumped to No. 3 after taking care of business in Week 1. As for the rest of the top five, there was a shake-up with Florida State catapulting four spots to No. 4. Ohio State dropped two spots to No. 5, while LSU dropped nine spots to No. 14 following their 45-24 loss to the Seminoles.

Dabo Swinney and Clemson saw the biggest drop, falling 16 spots to No. 25 after a lethargic 28-7 loss to unranked Duke on Monday night.

After Bobby Petrino’s offense was on display in Texas A&M’s 52-10 rout of New Mexico last weekend, the Aggies stayed at No. 23 in the latest AP Poll update. They’ll head to South Beach to face Miami this weekend, who received four votes in the AP Poll.

Below is a look at the full latest AP Top 25 Poll update following Week 1:

  1. Georgia

  2. Michigan

  3. Alabama

  4. Florida St

  5. Ohio State

  6. USC

  7. Penn State

  8. Washington

  9. Tennessee

  10. Notre Dame

  11. Texas

  12. Utah

  13. Oregon

  14. LSU

  15. Kansas State

  16. Oregon State

  17. North Carolina

  18. Oklahoma

  19. Wisconsin

  20. Ole Miss

  21. Duke

  22. Colorado

  23. Texas A&M

  24. Tulane

  25. Clemson

Others Receiving Votes:

Iowa 73, UCLA 55, Arkansas 28, TCU 27, Kentucky 15, Pittsburgh 8, Mississippi St. 5, Miami 4, NC State 4, Auburn 3, Troy 3, Fresno St. 3, Minnesota 3, Wyoming 3, Iowa St. 2, Texas St. 2, Texas Tech 1, Louisville 1, Washington St. 1, Illinois 1, Houston 1, UCF 1, James Madison 1.

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