Found October 04, 2012 on
For the first time in a while the team that tops The Associated Press college football poll has attained a unanimous No1 ranking.
Alabama take that honour after their 33-14 win over Ole Miss, what was more telling than that NCAAF score though was the fact that The Crimson Tide received all 60 first-place votes for the first time this season.
Elsewhere in the poll prospects are not looking so good for the LSU Tigers, they dropped a spot for the second consecutive week after a victory but a sketchy one, this time against Towson. They won 38-22 against their FCS opponents but they are now ranked No4 in the poll and need better performances than we have seen in the last two week to arrest the slide.
The other two spots in the Top 4 are taken up by Oregon who are placed second and Florida State who leapfrogged LSU to take the No3 slot.
The rankings didn’t really see that much change this weekend as Stanford were the only team to lose in the entire top 19, that defeat dropped them down 10...
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