Tide out of top 5 in AP survey for first time in 4 years

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Alabama dropped to No. 9 in The Associated Press school football survey, snapping the Crimson Tide’s record dash of 68 appearances in the top five.The top four groups in the AP Top 25 exhibited by Regions Bank were unaltered, with LSU at No. 1, trailed by Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia. Utah climbed to No. 5, trailed by Oklahoma, Florida and Baylor.The Crimson Tide lost to Auburn in a wild Iron Bowl on Saturday to give them two standard season misfortunes just because since 2010. The four-spot drop by Alabama broke a string of top-five appearances that started Nov. 8, 2015.The week before the Tide’s run began, it had been seventh, and it had been as low as 12th prior that season. Alabama passed the old record for back to back top-five appearances of 55 by Miami (Oct. 8, 2000- Oct. 26, 2003) last season.Wisconsin climbed three spots to No. 10 in the wake of directing Minnesota. The Gophers dropped six spots to No. 15.POLL POINTSAlabama could even now complete positioned in the best five with a triumph in its bowl game, however it would require a few misfortunes by groups in front of it to make that huge of a hop. There will be one progressively normal season Top 25 after one weekend from now’s gathering title games and afterward the last survey after every one of the dishes and national title game have been played.1. LSU (40) 12- 02. Ohio St. (19) 12- 03. Clemson (3) 12- 04. Georgia 11- 15. Utah 11- 16. Oklahoma 11- 17. Florida 10- 28. Baylor 11- 19. Alabama 10- 210. Wisconsin 10- 211. Reddish 9-312. Penn St. 10- 213. Oregon 10- 214. Notre Dame 10- 215. Minnesota 10- 216. Memphis 11- 117. Michigan 9-318. Iowa 9-319. Boise St. 11- 120. Appalachian St. 11- 121. Cincinnati 10- 222. Virginia 9-323. Naval force 9-224. Southern Cal 8-425. Aviation based armed forces 10- 2More subtleties

The last time the Crimson Tide completed a season outside the main five was 2013, when it lost the Iron Bowl on the well known Kick-Six and afterward dropped the Sugar Bowl to Oklahoma.Other outstanding top-five streaks:55 – Miami, Oct. 8, 2000- Oct. 26, 2003 (30 weeks at No. 1).48 – Alabama, preseason 2011- Dec. 8, 2013 (25 at No. 1).48 – Oklahoma, Nov. 16, 1953- Nov. 11, 1957 (23 at No. 1).48 – Ohio State, preseason 1973- Sept. 20, 1976 (24 at No. 1).Alabama passed another achievement, broadening its dash of successive weeks positioned to 210 (2008 preseason-present), moving past Florida for the third-longest streak in survey history. Florida was positioned for 209 straight weeks from Sept. 9, 1990- Oct. 5, 2002.Nebraska has the longest streak at 348 weeks (Oct. 12, 1981- Sept. 22, 2002) and Florida State is second with 211 weeks (Sept. 24, 1989- Nov. 11, 2001).IN• No. 22 Virginia came back to the Top 25 subsequent to beating Virginia Tech on Friday to win the ACC Coastal Division for the first time.• No. 25 Air Force is positioned just because since 2010. With Navy at No. 23, there are two assistance institutes positioned simultaneously just because since Oct. 14, 1985, when Air Force was No. 10 and Army was No. 19.OUT• Oklahoma State dropped out subsequent to losing to match Oklahoma.• Virginia Tech dropped out in the wake of being in the rankings for two weeks.CONFERENCE CALLBig Ten – 6 (Nos. 2, 10, 12, 15, 17, 18).SEC – 5 (Nos. 1, 4, 7, 9, 11).American – 3 (Nos. 16, 21, 23).Pac-12 – 3 (Nos. 5, 13, 24).ACC – 2 (Nos. 3, 22).Big 12 – 2 (Nos. 6, 8).Mountain West – 2 (Nos. 19, 25).Sen Belt – 1 (No. 20).Independent – 1 (No. 14).RANKED versus RANKEDPac-12 title: No. 5 Utah versus No. 13 Oregon in Santa Clara, California, on Friday.Southeastern Conference title: No. 1 LSU versus No. 4 Georgia in Atlanta.Big Ten title: No. 2 Ohio State versus No. 10 Wisconsin in Indianapolis.Atlantic Coast Conference title: No. 3 Clemson versus No. 22 Virginia in Charlotte, North Carolina.Big 12 title: No. 6 Oklahoma versus No. 8 Baylor in Arlington, Texas.American Athletic Conference: No. 21 Cincinnati at No. 16 Memphis.

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