College Football Rankings, AP Poll

The AP Top-25 Poll for Week 7 of the college football season has been released. There are no changes to the Top-10 of the poll, as LSU holds on to their top spot and increases their lead after blowing out formerly ranked SEC foe Florida on Saturday. Alabama still holds the second spot and Oklahoma remains No. 3 after blowing out Texas, who fell to No. 22 in the poll. Wisconsin and Boise State round out the Top-5.

Spots 6-10 belong to Oklahoma State, Stanford, Clemson, Oregon and Arkansas. Michigan heads the next five at No. 11, followed by Georgia Tech, West Virginia, Nebraska and South Carolina. Illinois comes in at 16, with Kansas State, Arizona State, Virginia Tech and Baylor rounding out the Top-20. The last five teams in the poll are Texas A&M, Texas, Michigan State, Auburn and Houston.

Like the USA Today Coaches' Poll, the AP includes no team from the state of Florida and Miami, Florida State and the University of Florida are all absent in the poll for the first time since 1982.

Here is a link to the poll in its entirety. Keep checking back with SB Nation throughout the week to get ready for Week 7.

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