NCAA Football Rankings, Week 8: Eagles, Huskies receive no votes for AP Top 25

Mitch Stringer-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Alabama is still on top of of the AP Top 25 poll, while Boston College and UConn did not receive any votes.

Alabama earned 60 first-place votes to stay on top of the AP Top 25 poll this week.

Two big movers were South Carolina, which fell from No. 3 to No. 9, and West Virginia, which went from No. 5 last week to No. 17 this week.

Boston College and UConn didn't receive any votes.

Boston College is coming off a 51-7 loss to Florida State on Saturday. The Eagles are 1-5 and have lost four in a row.

UConn lost to Temple, 17-14, on Saturday. Temple kicked a 29-yard field goal in overtime to secure the win and hand the Huskies (3-4, 0-2) their second consecutive loss.

Here's this week's entire AP Top 25 poll:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama 1,500
2 Oregon 1,436
3 Florida 1,361
4 Kansas State 1,296
5 Notre Dame 1,283
6 LSU 1,153
7 Ohio State 1,071
8 Oregon State 1,050
9 South Carolina 1,042
10 Oklahoma 994
11 USC 874
12 Florida State 836
13 Georgia 753
14 Clemson 673
15 Mississippi State 591
16 Louisville 574
17 West Virginia 552
18 Texas Tech 444
19 Rutgers 405
20 Texas A&M 379
21 Cincinnati 294
22 Stanford 242
23 Michigan 177
24 Boise State 133
25 Ohio 104

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