Alabama keeps it spot at the top of the rankings after blasting Ole Miss 66-3 on Saturday night.
The No. 1 team in the country is 2-0 in SEC play with wins by 59 and 63 points in as strong of a two-week statement as we've seen all year. They received 58 first-place votes, even though Clemson is starting to build its argument as the No. 1 team in the country.
Clemson (with only six first-place votes) sits at No. 2 after going on the road and outlasting "Enter Sandman" and a good Virginia Tech team, followed by Oklahoma at No. 3, Penn State at No. 4 and Washington edged out Georgia for No. 5 after the loss to USC.
The Trojans made the biggest move down of any team in this week's poll, down 10 spots to No. 15.
There aren't a lot of major shakeups in the AP Top 25 poll this week, which you would expect to be the case following a weekend lacking in major upsets.
Alabama remains at No. 1, and the top four remains intact. Just below Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Penn State, however, is Georgia, which climbs from No. 7 to No. 5 after decimating Tennessee on Saturday.
Outside the top 10, we see Washington State climb up from No. 16 to No. 11 after beating USC on Friday night, and speaking of USC; the Trojans fall from No. 5 to No. 14.