Alabama Remains No. 1 In Latest AP Poll; Oregon No. 2, Florida No. 3

Apr 14, 2012; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide cheerleaders prior to the spring game at Bryant Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-US PRESSWIRE

Alabama continued their dominance in the college football world this weekend and have remained at the top of the latest AP Top 25 poll. Alabama received 59 of the 60 first-place votes. The Florida Gators were the only other team to receive a vote for the top spot.

There were no major shakeups in the poll compared to last week when their was upset after upset, however, there is one newcomer to the top 25 poll – Louisiana Tech.

Cincinnati dropped out of the top 25 following their upset loss to Toledo.

Is your team ranked in the latest top 25 poll? There is only one way to find out.

Here is your current top 25:

  1. Alabama (59)
  2. Oregon
  3. Florida (1)
  4. Kansas State
  5. Notre Dame
  6. LSU
  7. Oregon State
  8. Oklahoma
  9. Ohio State
  10. USC
  11. Florida State
  12. Georgia
  13. Mississippi State
  14. Clemson
  15. Texas Tech
  16. Louisville
  17. South Carolina
  18. Rutgers
  19. Stanford
  20. Michigan
  21. Boise State
  22. Texas A&M
  23. Ohio
  24. Louisiana Tech
  25. West Virginia
  • Others receiving votes: Toledo 49, Texas 33, Wisconsin 31, TCU 29, Nebraska 24, Penn State 18, North Carolina State 13, Oklahoma State 12, Arizona 7, UCLA 7, Tulsa 6, Arizona State 5, Northern Illinois 5, Cincinnati 3

Do you agree with the latest poll? Is there a team that should be ranked higher or lower? Sound off in the comments section with your opinions.

Topics: AP Top 25 Poll, College Football, College Football Rankings

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