The new Associated Press (AP) college football rankings are out and five of the top 10 slots in the poll belong to Southeastern Conference teams.
The , convincing AP voters to move the Tide past the University of Southern California Trojans who started their season on Saturday with a convincing win over ... Hawaii. So, the Tide rolls to No. 1 -- for the 47th time overall and the 16th under head coach Nick Saban.
LSU came in at No. 3 after their 41-14 win over North Texas. The Tide and Tigers -- also known as the SEC's evil twins -- have easy games ahead next week. Alabama hosts Western Kentucky and LSU will host Washington.
Georgia dropped one spot to No. 7 after their . Georgia will play new SEC member Missouri on the road next week.
Moving up in the poll to No. 8 is Arkansas, which kicked off their season with a 49-24 win over Jacksonville State. The Razorbacks have enough talent that by the end of the season, the SEC may have "evil triplets" instead of "evil twins."
South Carolina's 17-13 win over SEC opponent Vanderbilt was good enough to keep Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks at No. 9.
Read the complete AP rankings here.
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