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Alabama passes USC, LSU stays at No. 3

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After rolling over Michigan, Alabama is this week's AP number one. USC drops to number 2 and LSU stays put at number 3.

1 Alabama (45) 1-0 1481

2 USC (11) 1-0 1435

3 LSU (4) 1-0 1382

4 Oregon 1-0 1295

5 Oklahoma 1-0 1170

6 Florida State 1-0 1135

7 Georgia 1-0 1083

8 Arkansas 1-0 992

9 South Carolina 1-0 980

9 West Virginia 1-0 980

11 Michigan State 1-0 915

12 Clemson 1-0 788

13 Wisconsin 1-0 664

14 Ohio State 1-0 634

15 Virginia Tech 1-0 604

16 Nebraska 1-0 603

17 Texas 1-0 584

18 Oklahoma State 1-0 558

19 Michigan 0-1 446

20 TCU 0-0 355

21 Kansas State 1-0 339

22 Notre Dame 1-0 198

23 Louisville 1-0 190

24 Florida 1-0 145

25 Stanford 1-0 131

Dropped from rankings: Boise State 24

Others receiving votes: Boise State 79, Tennessee 73, Brigham Young 63, North Carolina 48, Baylor 38, Utah 34, Washington 15, Georgia Tech 14, Ohio 10, TEXSTATE 10, Missouri 7, Texas A&M 5, South Florida 5, UCF 4, Mississippi State 3, Auburn 3, Cincinnati 2

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