Everyone inside the Coaches Poll top 20 teams in the country won their game or was on a bye this week, so the lack of movement in the rankings is unsurprising. In fact, the only movement above No. 18 was the flip-flopping of Michigan State and Clemson.
After falling to the Gators, Georgia dropped out of the poll entirely and did not receive any votes. The only remaining opponent on Florida's schedule to be ranked is Florida State, who comes in at No. 15.
In the AP Poll, we saw No. 8 Notre Dame and No. 9 Stanford flip positions. Florida State remained stagnant at No. 17.
Elsewhere in the SEC, LSU and Alabama are No. 4 and No. 7, respectively, heading into their showdown next weekend. Ole Miss stays put at No. 19, Texas A&M re-enters the poll at No. 24 and Mississippi State jumps up to No. 25.
The SEC was also well-represented in the AP Poll. LSU (No. 4), Alabama (No. 7), Ole Miss (No. 19), Mississippi State (No. 24) and Texas A&M (No. 25) all appear in the poll.
|1||Ohio State (39)||Ohio State (48)|
|2||Baylor (6)||Baylor (9)|
|3||Clemson (6)||TCU (4)|
|4||LSU (5)||LSU (1)|
|5||TCU (4)||Clemson (2)|
|6||Michigan State||Michigan State|
|19||Ole Miss||Ole Miss|
|21||North Carolina||North Carolina|
|24||Mississippi State||Texas A&M|
|25||Texas A&M||Mississippi State|