Aug 31, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver Christion Jones (22) celebrates a touchdown against the Virginia Tech Hokies during the third quarter of the 2013 Chick-fil-A Kickoff game at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama Crimson Tide Remains No. 1 in Both Polls

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This morning the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches released the Week 3 polls and Alabama remains on top at No. 1 in both polls. In the AP Poll Alabama received 57 first place votes with Oregon, Clemson, Texas A&M, and Ohio State each receiving one first place vote each. Alabama received 58 first place votes in the USA Today’s poll with Oregon receiving one and Ohio State receiving two first place votes. Texas and USC both fell out of the poll after losses to unranked teams this week.

Representing the rest of the SEC in the AP Poll, Texas A&M comes in at six, LSU is eight, and Georgia is nine. South Carolina fell to 13 after the loss to Georgia and Florida fell all the way to 18 after their loss to unranked Miami (FL). Ole Miss jumped up into the Top 25 for the first time this year coming in at no. 25.

In the coaches poll Texas A&M came in at six and LSU at eight. Georgia rounded out the Top 10. South Carolina fell to 14 and Florida fell all the way to 20. Ole Miss came in at 25.

WEEK 3 AP POLL
1) Alabama (57)
2) Oregon (1)
2) Clemson (1)
4) Ohio State (1)
5) Stanford
6) Texas A&M
7) Louisville
8) LSU
9) Georgia
10) Florida State
11) Michigan
12) Oklahoma State
13) South Carolina
14) Oklahoma
15) Miami (FL)
16) UCLA
17) Northwestern
18) Florida
19) Washington
20) Wisconsin
21) Notre Dame
22) Baylor
23) Nebraska
24) TCU
25) Ole Miss

WEEK 3 USA TODAY COACHES POLL
1) Alabama (58)
2) Oregon (1)
3) Ohio State (2)
4) Stanford
5) Clemson
6) Texas A&M (1)
7) Louisville
8) LSU
9) Florida State
10) Georgia
11) Oklahoma State
12) Michigan
13) Oklahoma
14) South Carolina
15) Nebraska
16) Northwestern
17) UCLA
18) Miami (FL)
19) Wisconsin
20) Florida
21) Notre Dame
22) Baylor
23) Washington
24) TCU
25) Ole Miss

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