AP Top 25: Texas moves to No. 4 after 10-point win at Alabama

Texas moved into the top five of the AP Top 25 after beating Alabama on Saturday night.

The Longhorns jumped up seven spots to No. 4 after a convincing 34-24 win over the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa. Alabama dropped seven spots from No. 3 to No. 10 after the loss.

Georgia remained No. 1 after beating Ball State, while Michigan stayed at No. 2 after a win over UNLV. Florida State is now at No. 3, while USC is at No. 5 after a huge win over Stanford.

TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA - SEPTEMBER 09: Adonai Mitchell #5 of the Texas Longhorns celebrates with teammates after defeating the Alabama Crimson Tide 34-24 at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 09, 2023 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Texas beat Alabama 34-24 on Saturday. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Ohio State is at No. 6 and is followed by Penn State, Washington and Notre Dame.

Ole Miss moved up three spots to No. 17 after a road win at Tulane and is a spot ahead of Colorado at No. 18. The Buffaloes jumped up four spots after beating a mistake-prone Nebraska team at home to move to 2-0. Colorado is ahead of both Oklahoma and North Carolina in the AP poll after both of those teams won Saturday.

Miami moved into the Top 25 at No. 22 after beating Texas A&M on Saturday. The Aggies were ranked at No. 23 ahead of the weekend and dropped out after the loss.

AP Top 25

1. Georgia (55 first-place votes)

2. Michigan (2)

3. Florida State (3)

4. Texas (2)

5. USC

6. Ohio State

7. Penn State

8. Washington

9. Notre Dame

10. Alabama

11. Tennessee

12. Utah

13. Oregon

14. LSU

15. Kansas State

16. Oregon State

17. Ole Miss

18. Colorado

19. Oklahoma

20. North Carolina

21. Duke

22. Miami

23. Washington State

24. UCLA

25. Iowa