Florida placed at No. 18/19 in new top 25 polls

By Adam Silverstein
September 29, 2013

The fifth regular season editions of the USA Today Coaches’ Poll and Associated Press Top 25 were released on Sunday with the Alabama Crimson Tide remaining the No. 1-ranked team in the country in both polls. Alabama received 59-of-62 first-place votes from the coaches and picked up 55-of-60 first-place votes from the AP voters.

The Florida Gators (3-1, 2-0 SEC), fresh off a 24-7 road victory over division rival Kentucky, stayed in place at No. 19 in the USA Today rankings but moved up two spots to No. 18 in the AP top 25. Florida checked in with 515 points (+66) and 481 points (+67), gaining solid ground in the respective rankings.

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UF’s 2013 opponents in italics.

USA TODAY COACHES’ POLL
This Week 1-5: Alabama (59), Oregon (2), Ohio State, Clemson (1), Stanford
6-10: Georgia, Louisville, Florida State, Texas A&M, Oklahoma
11-15: LSU, South Carolina, UCLA, Miami, Northwestern
16-20: Baylor, Michigan, Washington, Florida, Oklahoma State
21-25: Fresno State, Texas Tech, Northern Illinois, Arizona State, Nebraska

Last Week 1-5: Alabama (59), Oregon (3), Ohio State, Clemson, Stanford
6-10: LSU, Louisville, Florida State, Texas A&M, Georgia
11-15: Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, UCLA, Miami
16-20: Northwestern, Michigan, Baylor, Florida, Washington
21-25: Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Fresno State, Wisconsin, Texas Tech

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25
This Week 1-5: Alabama (55), Oregon (5), Clemson, Ohio State, Stanford
6-10: Georgia, Louisville, Florida State, Texas A&M, LSU
11-15: Oklahoma, UCLA, South Carolina, Miami, Washington
16-20: Northwestern, Baylor, Florida, Michigan, Texas Tech
21-25: Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Fresno State, Ole Miss, Maryland

Last Week 1-5: Alabama (56), Oregon (4), Clemson, Ohio State, Stanford
6-10: LSU, Louisville, Florida State, Georgia, Texas A&M
11-15: Oklahoma State, South Carolina, UCLA, Oklahoma, Miami
16-20: Washington, Northwestern, Michigan, Baylor, Florida
21-25: Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Texas Tech, Fresno State

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