Alabama was placed in a rather unusual situation when the newest AP poll for college football came out on Sunday.

While the Crimson Tide survived an ugly 17-3 win against the AAC’s South Florida on Saturday, Alabama dropped from No. This week, the Crimson Tide dropped from No. This marks the first time in five years that it has not been ranked among the top 10. The Crimson Tide held a spot in the top 10 for 128 consecutive weeks, the second longest streak in AP poll history behind Miami’s 137 consecutive weeks from 1985 to ’93.

Colorado dropped to No. Deion Sanders and his team defeated Colorado State 43-35 after double overtime in The Rocky Mountain Showdown. Texas and Florida State switched spots among the poll’s top five as the Longhorns overcame a slow start against Wyoming to get a 31-10 victory.

Seminoles win 31-29 in a tight game with Boston College. Florida found itself back in AP poll after defeating Tennessee in “The Swamp” while the Volunteers dropped from No. In this week’s AP poll, Florida climbed back to the top of the list after defeating Tennessee in “The Swamp” while the Volunteers fell from 11th place to 23rd. 23 in this week’s poll.

Here’s how the entire poll shook out after Week 2 of the 2023 college football season: 

1. Georgia

2. Michigan

3. Texas

4. Florida State

5. USC

6. Ohio State

7. Penn State

8. Washington

9. Notre Dame

10. Oregon

11. Utah

12. LSU

13. Alabama

14. Oregon State

15. Ole Miss

16. Oklahoma

17. North Carolina

18. The Duke

19. Colorado

20. Miami

21. Washington State

22. UCLA

23. Tennessee

24. Iowa

25. Florida

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