AP Top 25 poll: Alabama goes wire-to-wire, Oklahoma at No. 4 in college football rankings
The Crimson Tide finished a 13-0 campaign by beating Georgia to claim the SEC title
As we head into the postseason, Alabama remains where it has all season: No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll.
The Crimson Tide received all 61 of the available first-place votes after College Football Playoff even after defeat.of an SEC Championship Game. The Bulldogs checked in at No. 6, which is particularly interesting given Kirby Smart's postgame campaign for the Bulldogs' candidacy in the
Only 13 of the 25 teams ranked in last week were in action this week with conference championship games dominating the slate, but that did not mean the voters avoided making adjustments to their ballots. Some of the biggest movements from last week to this week include Fresno State's six-spot rise to No. 19 after beating Boise State to claim the Mountain West Championship, Texas dropping five spots to No. 15 after losing to the Sooners and Utah falling three spots to No. 20 after losing to Washington in the Pac-12 Championship Game.
Here's how the new AP Top 25 looks after Week 14 action:
- Alabama (61 first-place votes)
- Notre Dame
- Ohio State
- Washington State
- Penn State
- West Virginia
- Mississippi State
- Fresno State
- Texas A&M
- Boise State
- Iowa State
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