Alabama drops out of the highest 10, and Georgia stays No. 1 within the newest AP faculty soccer rankings

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Alabama fell out of the highest 10 in an Related Press Prime 25 ballot for the primary time since 2015 as the brand new rankings had been launched Sunday.

The Crimson Tide had a much less convincing victory over South Florida on Saturday and fell to Texas the week earlier than. The insecurity within the staff led by Nick Saban was clear within the current ballot.

Nonetheless, Alabama nonetheless has the nation’s longest streak of consecutive weeks, ranked at 249.


Malachi Moore directs

Alabama defensive again Malachi Moore celebrates after intercepting a cross from South Florida quarterback Byrom Brown, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023, in Tampa. (AP Photograph/Chris O’Meara)

Georgia remained in first place with a 24-14 win over South Carolina. Michigan ranked second and Texas ranked third. That is their highest rating for the reason that 2009 season once they misplaced within the BCS Championship.

Florida State reached No. 4 with a win over Boston Faculty and USC rounded out the highest 5.

Mikkel Williams sacks Spencer Rattler

South Carolina quarterback Spencer Rattler is hit by Georgia defensive lineman Mikel Williams when he releases a cross, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023. (AP Photograph/John Bazemore)

Deion Sanders’ Colorado staff drops to nineteenth with No. 10 Oregon subsequent on the record. The Buffaloes defeated Colorado State in two time beyond regulation intervals however weren’t as dominant as initially thought. Colorado was a 24-point favourite heading into the sport.

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This is tips on how to implement the remainder of the classifications.

  1. Georgia (3-0)
  2. Michigan (3-0)
  3. Texas (3-0)
  4. Florida State (3-0)
  5. USC (3-0)
  6. Ohio State (3-0)
  7. Penn State (3-0)
  8. Washington (3-0)
  9. Notre Dame (4-0)
  10. Oregon (3-0)
  11. Utah (3-0)
  12. LSU (2-1)
  13. Alabama (2-1)
  14. Oregon State (3-0)
  15. Ole Miss (3-0)
  16. Oklahoma (3-0)
  17. North Carolina (3-0)
  18. Duke (3-0)
  19. Colorado (3-0)
  20. Miami-Florida (3-0)
  21. Washington State (3-0)
  22. UCLA (3-0)
  23. Tennessee (2-1)
  24. Iowa (3-0)
  25. Florida (2-1)


Shilo Sanders returns an interception for a TD

Colorado security Shilo Sanders returns an interception for a landing at Colorado State, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023, in Boulder. (AP Photograph/David Zalubowski)

Clemson, Missouri, Kansas State, TCU, Fresno State, Kansas, Tulane, Kentucky, Maryland, BYU, Wisconsin, Syracuse, Louisville and Auburn additionally acquired votes.

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