Alabama is No. 1, but the USA is changing. AFCA Coaches Poll
Week 2 college football shocks shook up the AFCA Coaches Poll. Chaos didn't reach the top, but things
became tighter. Alabama is still No. 1, but Georgia's strong start has narrowed the distance
Alabama got 39 of 65 first-place votes, while Georgia got 25. Ohio State remains No. 3 and earns the last No. 1 ranking. Clemson and Michigan remain 4 and 5.
The top 10 looks different after that. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are next, then No. 8 Southern California. No. 9 Michigan State climbs.
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 drops from6 to 22 after losing to Appalachian State. Baylor. falls 11 places to 19th. Texas falls to No. 20 despite beating Alabama by 1 point.
Tennessee is No. 16 after beating Pittsburgh in overtime, while Penn State is No. 23. Notre Dame hasn't
been ranked since September 2017. Wisconsin lost at home to Washington State and dropped out.