Oct 12, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) passes the ball against the Washington Huskies during the 2nd half at Husky Stadium. Oregon defeated Washington 45-24. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

AP Top 25 Poll released following Week 7

Week 7 in college football was, without a doubt, the most eventful we’ve seen so far in 2013. There were major upsets across the board which we knew would create a bit of a shakeup in the rankings.

Just a short time ago, the AP Top 25 rankings were released following yesterday’s events, and there was indeed some movement:

 
1 Alabama
Alabama (55)
Record: 6-0
PV Rank

1

Points

1,495

2 Oregon
Oregon (5)
Record: 6-0
2
1,438
3 Clemson
Record: 6-0
3
1,352
4 Ohio State
Record: 6-0
4
1,330
5 Florida State
Record: 5-0
6
1,242
6 LSU
Record: 6-1
10
1,137
7 Texas A&M
Record: 5-1
9
1,105
8 Louisville
Record: 6-0
8
1,077
9 UCLA
Record: 5-0
11
1,017
10 Miami (FL)
Record: 5-0
13
912
11 South Carolina
Record: 5-1
14
896
12 Baylor
Record: 5-0
15
849
13 Stanford
Record: 5-1
5
824
14 Missouri
Record: 6-0
25
749
15 Georgia
Record: 4-2
7
615
16 Texas Tech
Record: 6-0
20
590
17 Fresno State
Record: 5-0
21
383
18 Oklahoma
Record: 5-1
12
380
19 Virginia Tech
Record: 6-1
24
352
20 Washington
Record: 4-2
16
309
21 Oklahoma State
Record: 4-1
22
264
22 Florida
Record: 4-2
17
249
23 Northern Illinois
Record: 6-0
23
185
24 Auburn
Record: 5-1
26
156
25 Wisconsin
Record: 4-2
29
153

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