Florida Still No. 1, Texas Up To 2nd, Hokies Down To 22nd In AP Top 25

NEW YORK (AP) -- After its best performance of the season, Texas is back to No. 2 in the AP college football poll.

The Longhorns jumped Alabama and landed right behind top-ranked Florida on Sunday, the day after winning 41-14 at Oklahoma State.

Florida, No. 1 for all but one week this season, received 38 first-place votes after a convincing 41-17 victory over Georgia.

The Longhorns started the season ranked second, but have been No. 3 behind the Gators and Crimson Tide the last three weeks. Texas received 13 first-place votes from the media panel.

Alabama, which spent a week at No. 1, slipped to No. 3 during an off week. The Crimson Tide received eight first-place votes.

Cincinnati and Boise State round out the top five.

AP Top 25
RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Florida (38) 8-0 1448
2 Texas (13) 8-0 1408
3 Alabama (8) 8-0 1390
4 Cincinnati 8-0 1212
5 Boise State 8-0 1211
6 TCU 8-0 1147
7 Oregon 7-1 1130
8 Iowa 9-0 1127
9 LSU 7-1 1036
10 Georgia Tech 8-1 949
11 Penn State 8-1 886
12 USC 6-2 741
13 Houston 7-1 707
14 Pittsburgh 7-1 690
15 Ohio State 7-2 636
16 Miami (FL) 6-2 602
17 Utah 7-1 552
18 Oklahoma State 6-2 361
19 Notre Dame 6-2 352
20 Oklahoma 5-3 348
21 Arizona 5-2 322
22 Virginia Tech 5-3 185
23 California 6-2 181
24 Wisconsin 6-2 172
25 Brigham Young 6-2 130

Dropped from rankings: West Virginia 20, South Carolina 21, Mississippi 24


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