Louisville Jumps To Third In AP Poll

Following a historic victory over Florida State, the Louisville Cardinals have reached historic heights in the latest Associated Press poll. For the first time in school history, the Cards are ranked third after beating FSU 63-20 on Saturday.

After rallying from a 21-point deficit in the second quarter – to lead by 18 in the fourth quarter – and then hold on to beat Ole Miss 48-43, Alabama remains the top-ranked team in the poll. Ohio State jumped to second after handing Oklahoma a 45-24 beatdown.

Michigan remained fifth, while Houston held on to the sixth spot after beating Cincinnati 40-16 on Thursday.

Texas A&M moved into the Top 10 following a 29-16 win at Auburn, while Texas dropped to 21st after losing to Cal 50-43.

AP TOP 25 POLL:

RK TEAM RECORD
1 Alabama (50) 3 – 0
2 Ohio State (4) 3 – 0
3 Louisville (6) 3 – 0
4 Michigan (1) 3 – 0
5 Clemson 3 – 0
6 Houston 3 – 0
7 Stanford 2 – 0
8 Michigan State 2 – 0
9 Washington 3 – 0
10 Texas A&M 3 – 0
11 Wisconsin 3 – 0
12 Georgia 3 – 0
13 Florida State 2 – 1
14 Tennessee 3 – 0
15 Miami 3 – 0
16 Baylor 3 – 0
17 Arkansas 3 – 0
18 LSU 2 – 1
19 Florida 3 – 0
20 Nebraska 3 – 0
21 Texas 2 – 1
22 San Diego State 3 – 0
23 Ole Miss 1 – 2
24 Utah 3 – 0
25 Oklahoma 1 – 2