College football rankings, AP Poll Week 10: Kansas State, Notre Dame move up

Dave Martin

Alabama and Oregon sit on top while the West Virginia Mountaineers are 23rd in the AP Poll.

The college football world was shook on Saturday with a bevy of high-profile upsets.

On Sunday, the latest AP Poll was released with a little bit of a new look towards the top. Not surprisingly the Alabama Crimson Tide remained No. 1, with the Oregon Ducks closely trailing them in the second spot.

Beyond them, the undefeated Kansas State Wildcats and Notre Dame Fighting Irish rank third and fourth respectively with the LSU Tigers rounding out the top five.

The West Virginia Mountaineers are sitting at No. 23 after having a bye week to lick their wounds. Coming off two straight blowout losses against the Texas Tech Red Raiders and Kansas State, the Mountaineers couldn't have had a better time to rest and regroup.

Three teams made there way into the rankings this week, with the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Arizona Wildcats and UCLA Bruins earning a spot.

The trio replaced the Ohio Bobcats, Rutgers Scarlet Knights and Michigan Wolverines.

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