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Alabama gets all but 1 first-place vote in AP poll

Alabama got 60 of 61 first-place votes. (Getty)

Alabama is a near-unanimous No. 1 at the midway point of the season.

After beating Tennessee 49-10, the Tide got all but one first-place vote in the post-Week 7 AP poll. Michigan, which was off on Saturday, got the only other first place vote.

Clemson, which beat North Carolina State in overtime at home on Saturday, fell a spot to No. 4 from last week. The Tigers were jumped by the Wolverines, who were at No. 4 a week ago.

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Ohio State remained at No. 2 after beating Wisconsin in overtime though it lost two first-place votes it had the week before.

Washington stayed at No. 5 while Texas A&M, Louisville, Nebraska, Baylor and Wisconsin rounded out the top 10. Here’s the entire poll.

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Michigan
4. Clemson
5. Washington
6. Texas A&M
7. Louisville
8. Nebraska
9. Baylor
10. Wisconsin
11. Houston
12. West Virginia
13. Florida State
14. Boise State
15. Florida
16. Oklahoma
17. Arkansas
18. Tennessee
19. Utah
20. Western Michigan
21. Auburn
22. North Carolina
23. Ole Miss
24. Navy
25. LSU

 

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