The Tide garnered all but one of the 61 first-place votes in the Associated Press rankings and the Tide received 61 of the 64 first-place votes in the Amway coaches poll following its 49-10 victory over Tennessee on Saturday. Navy finished the 2015 season ranked 18 in the country.
Last week, UM was ranked 16th by the AP and No. 17 by the coaches.
Tennessee, Florida's lone loss, drops out of the top-ten after being handily defeated by Alabama, and down to No. 18 in the AP and No. 19 in the coaches'. Also included in the rankings from the Pac-12 is Washington, who remained at No. 5 in both polls in its bye week. And with Virginia Tech and Miami falling from the Top 25 altogether, two new teams and a new college world order appear in the bottom half of the poll. Auburn is ahead of them in the AP poll at No. 21 while the Tigers are at No. 24 in the USA TODAY poll.
After a one-point loss to Florida State on October 8 and 20-13 loss to North Carolina on Saturday - both games at home - the Hurricanes plummeted out of the polls on Sunday.
Florida State inched back up to No. 15 in the coaches' poll and No. 13 in the AP poll.
They still have two current Top-25 opponents left on the schedule in No. 4 Clemson and No. 15 Florida. Two-loss Arkansas is up to No. 17 in both polls after their victory over Ole Miss.
The Mids received 163 voting polls in the AP poll, 25 points behind No. 23 Ole Miss (3-3) and 40 points ahead of No. 25 LSU (4-2).