The top seven spots in the latest AP poll remain unchanged after week four of the 2016 college football season.

Alabama received 50 first-place votes to maintain its position at the top of the poll. The Crimson Tide was followed by Ohio State, Louisville, and Michigan. Every team in the top four received at least one first-place vote.

The SEC earned a bit more respect after a big weekend in the conference. Texas A&M moved up to No. 9 while Tennessee jumped to No. 11. The conference has seven teams ranked among the top 25 after LSU dropped out.

Here is a look at the top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 24, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pv
1. Alabama (50) 4-0 1511 1
2. Ohio St. (4) 3-0 1440 2
3. Louisville (6) 4-0 1409 3
4. Michigan (1) 4-0 1292 4
5. Clemson 4-0 1267 5
6. Houston 4-0 1239 6
7. Stanford 3-0 1166 7
8. Wisconsin 4-0 1084 11
9. Texas A&M 4-0 1036 10
10. Washington 4-0 986 9
11. Tennessee 4-0 909 14
12. Florida St. 3-1 804 13
13. Baylor 4-0 729 16
14. Miami 3-0 696 15
15. Nebraska 4-0 640 20
16. Mississippi 2-2 540 23
17. Michigan St. 2-1 527 8
18. Utah 4-0 493 24
19. San Diego St. 3-0 304 22
20. TCU 3-1 241 NR
21. Arkansas 3-1 239 17
22. Texas 2-1 217 21
23. Florida 3-1 176 19
24. Boise St. 3-0 163 NR
25. Georgia 3-1 142 12

Others receiving votes: Arizona St. 135, Oklahoma 120, North Dakota St. 58, West Virginia 51, Virginia Tech 38, Colorado 33, North Carolina 26, Iowa 25, UCLA 22, Auburn 18, LSU 17, W. Michigan 14, Wake Forest 9, Memphis 6, Maryland 2, Toledo 1.