USA is changing, but Alabama remains at the top. Poll of AFCA Coaches
College football shockers from Week 2 shifted the AFCA Coaches Poll. The situation tightened up yet chaos didn't reach the top. Although Georgia is off to a terrific start, Alabama is still in first place.
Georgia received 25, compared to Alabama's 39 out of the 65 first-place votes. The final top-ranked team is Ohio State, which is still ranked third. Michigan and Clemson are still ranked 4 and 5 respectively.
After that, the top 10 seem differently. The next are Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, followed by No. 8 Southern California. Michigan State rises to No. 9.
Kentucky and Brigham Young go up. The Wildcats jump 10 positions to No. 10 after beating Florida, while the Cougars climb 11 spots to No. 14 after beating Baylor in OT.
Texas A&M loses against Appalachian State, moving them from sixth to twenty-two. Baylor moves down 11 spots to 19th. Texas defeats Alabama by one point but drops to No. 20.
Penn State is ranked No. 23, while Tennessee is No. 16 after defeating Pittsburgh in overtime. Since September 2017, Notre Dame has not been in a ranking. Wisconsin was eliminated after falling to Washington State at home.
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