NCAA Football Rankings, Week 10: Alabama still No. 1, no D.C.-area teams in AP Top 25

Kevin C. Cox

When the newest college football AP Poll was released on Sunday, the Alabama Crimson Tide were a consensus No. 1 for another week. No Washington, D.C.-area teams were ranked in the Top 25 this week.

The new AP Top 25 Poll was released on Sunday with no surprises at the very top of the poll as the undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide remained a unanimous No. 1. The Florida Gators lost to Georgia and fell from the No. 2 spot. Other previously undefeated teams Rutgers and Ohio also lost and fell out of the Top 25. No Washington, D.C.-area teams were ranked in this week's poll.

Here is this week's full top 25:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama (60) 1,500
2 Oregon 1,412
3 Kansas State 1,382
4 Notre Dame 1,344
5 LSU 1,216
5 Ohio State 1,158
7 Georgia 1,145
8 Florida 1,075
9 Florida State 1,046
10 Clemson 914
11 South Carolina 823
12 Louisville 817
13 Oregon State 762
14 Oklahoma 758
15 Stanford 627
16 Texas A&M 580
17 Mississippi State 559
18 USC 418
19 Boise State 406
20 Texas Tech 388
21 Nebraska 249
22 Louisiana Tech 209
23 West Virginia 126
24 Arizona 106
25 UCLA 103

Maryland fell to 4-4 (2-2 ACC) on the season after a 20-17 loss to Boston College. Virginia Tech (4-4, 2-2 ACC) and Virginia (2-6, 0-4 ACC) both had byes this past week.

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