Florida State drops to No 10 in latest AP Poll

Jerome Frank
September 6, 2017

Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Penn State were ranked as the Nos.

FSU was the only top 10 team to lose during the opening weekend of college football.

FSU will now turn to true freshman quarterback James Blackman as its starter.

Many AP voters said that Florida State would not have dropped as far on their ballots had Francois not been injured.

Washington had an early struggle against Rutgers before pulling away late, but was able to climb a lone spot up to No. 7 from the preseason rank of No. 8.

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Southern California slipped two spots to No. 6 after playing a tighter-than-expected game against Western Michigan. The lone new team to enter the top-10 is MI, which received a bump from No. 11 to No. 8 thanks to their dismantling of Florida on Saturday. Sep.

Florida State fell seven spots to No. 10 after being defeated by No. 1 Alabama.

TCU and Notre Dame jumped into the Top 25 in the AP Poll. Notre Dame was third among the other teams receiving votes in the preseason rankings.

Where it was because they lost a close game in Week 1 or they outscored an opponent by 50 points yet failed have their rankings changed, fans and coaches alike will dispute the poll.

MI dominated Florida, Virginia Tech picked up a good win and Texas fell at home to Maryland.

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