OSU drops one spot in AP Top 25

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Despite a definitive win Saturday against Cincinnati, The Ohio State University Buckeyes dropped from fifth to sixth in the AP Top 25 college football poll, released Sunday.

OSU shutout Cincinnati 42-0, moving to a 2-0 record for the season.

Despite the drop, the Buckeyes are still the top-ranked Big Ten team in the poll, with longtime rival Michigan the next Big Ten team in tenth place.

The top three of Clemson, Alabama, and Georgia remained unchanged. LSU leapfrogged past OSU and Oklahoma to take fourth, and Oklahoma and OSU switched places for fifth and sixth respectively.

RELATED: PHOTOS: OSU vs. Cincinnati

The Week 3 AP Top 25 poll (current rank, team, record, last week’s rank, conference)

1 Clemson (2-0) 1 ACC
2 Alabama (1-0) 2 SEC
3 Georgia (2-0) 3 SEC
4 LSU (2-0) 6 SEC
5 Oklahoma (2-0) 4 Big 12
6 Ohio State (2-0) 5 Big Ten
7 Notre Dame (1-0) 8 IA Independents
8 Auburn (2-0) 10 SEC
9 Florida (1-0) 11 SEC
10 Michigan (1-0) 7 Big Ten
11 Utah (2-0) 13 Pac-12
12 Texas (1-1) 9 Big 12
13 Penn State (2-0) 15 Big Ten
14 Wisconsin (2-0) 17 Big Ten
15 Oregon (1-1) 16 Pac-12
16 Texas A&M (1-0) 12 SEC
17 UCF (1-0) 18 American Athletic
18 Michigan State (1-0) 19 Big Ten
19 Iowa (1-0) 20 Big Ten
20 Washington State (2-0) 22 Pac-12
21 Maryland (1-0) — Big Ten
22 Boise State (2-0) 24 Mountain West
23 Washington (1-0) 14 Pac-12
24 USC (1-0) — Pac-12
25 Virginia (2-0) — ACC

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