Georgia received 57 first-place votes in the AP Top 25. Michiganheld at No. 2 with two first-place votes. No. 3 Texasflipped spots with No. 4 Florida State. The Longhorns received three first-place votes, and the Seminoles got one.
After scraping by USFon Saturday, Alabama (2-1) saw its streak of consecutive AP poll appearances ranked in the top 10 snapped at 128. That was the second-longest such streak in the history of the poll, behind Miami's 137 from 1985 to 1993.
The Crimson Tide are out of the top 10 for the first time since Sept. 27, 2015. They dropped out of the top 10 that September after losing at Ole Missbut moved back in Oct. 3 and went on to win a national championship.
Georgia now has the longest active run of top-10 rankings with 37.
The ugly 17-3 win against USF marked Alabama's first game against a non-Power 5 conference opponent since 2007 in which the Tide failed to score at least 20 points. In its previous 42 games against non-Power 5 opponents, Alabama was unbeaten, with an average margin of victory of 40 points.
The Buckeyes will visit the Fighting Irish on Saturday as the centerpiece of a huge schedule of ranked vs. ranked games.
Alabama still has the longest streak in the country of consecutive weeks being ranked at 249.
That's the second best of all time but still a long way behind the record. Nebraska, under Tom Osborne, was ranked for 348 straight weeks from 1981 to 2002.
The next-best active streak behind Alabama's belongs to Ohio State at 182, although the Buckeyes were not eligible for the first few regular-season polls of the 2020 season.
Georgia's streak is at 102. Michigan is fourth best at 34, and Utah has the fifth-longest active Top 25 streak at 25.
Moving in, moving out
"It validates your plan, what you're selling to a degree," Florida coach Billy Napier said after the game. "That's what you want as a leader. ... That's a lot more fun."
With the Gators back in the AP Top 25, Florida State, Miamiand Florida are all ranked for the first time since Sept. 17, 2017.
The only two ranked teams in the Big 12 this week are the ones leaving after this season, Texas and Oklahoma.
Pac-12: 8 (Nos. 5, 8, 10, 11, 14, 19, 21, 22)
SEC: 6 (Nos. 1, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25)
ACC: 4 (Nos. 4, 17, 18, 20)
Big Ten: 4 (Nos. 2, 6, 7, 24)
Big 12: 2 (Nos. 3, 16)
Independent: 1 (No. 9).
Next week: Ranked vs. ranked
No. 6 Ohio State at No. 9 Notre Dame: For the second straight year, it's a top-10 matchup.
No. 15 Ole Miss at No. 13 Alabama:Crimson Tide lead series 9-3 when both are ranked.
No. 22 UCLAat No. 11 Utah: The second meeting with both teams ranked. The first was last year.
No. 19 Colorado at No. 10 Oregon: First regular-season meeting with both teams ranked.
No. 24 Iowaat No. 7 Penn State. Three of the past four meetings came when both were ranked.
The top eight remained the same in the AFCA Coaches Poll, with Georgia getting 62 of 64 first-place votes. No. 2 Michigan and No. 4 Ohio State each received one vote. Florida State is No. 3.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.