AP Top 25: Oregon Moves Up To No. 3 Ahead Of Oklahoma

More history is set to be made Sunday as Cincinnati is poised to move into the No. 2 spot in the new college football rankings when the updated AP Top 25 poll is released. The Bearcats' ranking of No. 3 last week was the program's highest in the AP Top 25, and after running away with a 56-21 win against UCF in Week 7, we expect the voters will move the Bearcats up into the spot that was occupied by Iowa.

Georgia will remain No. 1 after its win against Kentucky, but the Hawkeyes' landing spot after a home loss to Purdue is one of the big questions lingering over the new rankings.

Oklahoma made a pretty impressive case for that No. 2 spot with quarterback Caleb Williams as the primetime star against TCU, but the prediction here is the the Sooners land at No. 3, followed by Alabama after a get-right win at Mississippi State. 

Any major movement through the middle of the top 10 is unlikely with Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan all being off in Week 7, but Oklahoma State should be a notable riser up into the top 10 after a win at Texas improved the Cowboys to 6-0 on the season. The Longhorns are one of a few teams that are expected to drop out of the top 25 after losses, opening room for some new arrivals and at least one return to the poll after getting bounced earlier in the season. 

Tomorrows Top 25 Today: Cincinnati up to No. 2, Oklahoma State into top 10 in new college football rankings

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Tomorrows Top 25 Today: Cincinnati up to No. 2, Oklahoma State into top 10 in new college football rankings