Another weekend of college football is in the books and the Associated Press released its latest AP Top 25 poll was released on Sunday afternoon ahead of Week 14.
Last week, there was very little movement in the AP Top 25 after the premier teams in the nation avoided any costly upsets. This past Saturday, however, No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Miami both suffered upset losses.
This leads to major changes at the top of the latest rankings with the College Football Playoff just around the corner.
Clemson checks in as the new No. 1 team in the country, earning 27 first-place votes. Oklahoma received 24 first-place votes of their own en route to the No. 2 ranking. Wisconsin, sitting at No. 3, picked up the remaining ten first-place votes.
Auburn and Alabama round out the top five.
Where does your favorite team stand entering Week 14?
The full AP Top 25 college football rankings can be seen below, with first-place votes in parenthesis:
- Clemson (27)
- Oklahoma (24)
- Wisconsin (10)
- Ohio State
- Penn State
- Notre Dame
- Oklahoma State
- Michigan State
- Washington State
- Virginia Tech
- Mississippi State
- Fresno State