New AP poll: USC, Texas fall from Top 25, Miami debuts at No. 15

By Chip Patterson | College Writer

Todd Georgia broke back into the Top 10 after a 41-30 win against South Carolina on Saturday. (USATSI)
Georgia broke back into the Top 10 after a 41-30 win against South Carolina on Saturday. (USATSI)

Five ranked teams lost during the second week of college football, leading to a few new faces in the Associated Press Top 25.

No. 15 Miami and No. 25 Ole Miss made their Top 25 debut after a second week that featured embarrassing losses for Southern California and Texas.

The Trojans struggled offensively, unable to get consistent play from quarterback Cody Kessler and Max Wittek, in a 10-7 loss to Washington State in their home opener. The Longhorns were on the road, setting a new school record for rushing yards allowed in a 40-21 loss to BYU. Cougars quarterback Taysom Hill powered the 550 yard rushing effort, leading the Cougars with 259 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

Other notable moves:

Michigan's victory over Notre Dame resulted in the second-biggest jump this week, moving up to No. 11 from No. 17. The Fighting Irish dropped from No. 14 to No. 21.

Miami's first ranking since Nov. 14, 2010 came as a result of their 21-16 win at home against Florida. The Gators entered the game No. 12, falling to No. 18 after the loss

Georgia moved up just two spots to No. 9 after the 41-30 victory over South Carolina. The Gamecocks, down seven spots to No. 13, face Vanderbilt on Sept. 14.

1. Alabama (57)

2. Oregon (1)

3. Clemson (1)

4. Ohio State (1)

5. Stanford

6. Texas A&M

7. Louisville

8. LSU

9. Georgia

10. Florida State

11. Michigan

12. Oklahoma State

13. South Carolina

14. Oklahoma

15. Miami

16. UCLA

17. Northwestern

18. Florida

19. Washington

20. Wisconsin

21. Notre Dame

22. Baylor

23. Nebraska

24. TCU

25. Ole Miss

The new Coaches Poll features the exact same 25 teams, with Miami breaking in at No. 18 and the Rebels at No. 25.

1. Alabama (58)

2. Oregon (1)

3. Ohio State (2)

4. Stanford

5. Clemson

6. Texas A&M (1)

7. Louisville

8. LSU

9. Florida State

10. Georgia

11. Oklahoma State

12. Michigan

13. Oklahoma

14. South Carolina

15. Nebraska

16. Northwestern

17. UCLA

18. Wisconsin

18. Miami

20. Florida

21. Notre Dame

22. Baylor

23. Washington

24. TCU

25. Ole Miss

 
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