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AP Top 25 College Football Rankings Following Week 3

More big changes in the AP Top 25 college football rankings after a handful of teams suffer a loss in Week Three.

The top two teams remain the same but their is a change in the Top Five following struggles by the Oklahoma Sooners and Penn State makes a big jump following their win over No. 22 Auburn.

1) Alabama
2) Georgia
3) Oregon (moves up from being No. 3 last week)
4) Oklahoma
5) Iowa
6) Penn State (moves up from being No. 10 last week)
7) Texas A&M
8) Cincinnati
9) Clemson (drops from being No. 9 last week)
10) Ohio State (drops from being No. 9 last week)
11) Florida
12) Notre Dame
13) Ole Miss
14) Iowa State
15) BYU (moves up from being No. 23 last week)
16) Arkansas
17) Coastal Carolina
18) Wisconsin
19) Michigan (moves up from being No. 25 last week)
20) Michigan State (unranked last week)
21) North Carolina
22) Fresno State (unranked last week)
23) Auburn
24) UCLA (drops from being No. 13 last week)
25) Kansas State (unranked last week)

Others Receiving Votes: TCU 91, Liberty 52, Virginia Tech 52, Oklahoma State 51, Maryland 29, Arizona State 24, Texas 22, USC 16, San Diego State 16, West Virginia 14, LSU 14, Kentucky 12, Boston College 9, Wake Forest 7, Texas Tech 5, Stanford 3, Memphis 3, Louisville 1, Wyoming 1.

Conference Rankings:
SEC- 7 teams
Big 10: 6 teams
Big 12:  3 teams
ACC: 2 teams
Pac 12:  2 teams

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