It only took one Saturday in November to get a major shakeup to the rankings. Thanks to a couple of upsets and two statement wins, the AP Top 25 has a different look heading into week 11.

Alabama, which dominated No. 2 LSU, added a first place vote and jumped from 7th to 3rd. Clemson defeated Florida Statement by double-digits to improve to 9-0 and voters have made the Tigers the new No. 1.

Oklahoma State saw the biggest jump after a convincing win over TCU, moving from 12th to 5th in the poll.

Here are the Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 7, 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. Clemson (31) 9-0 1,489 3
2. Ohio St. (26) 9-0 1,460 1
3. Alabama (2) 8-1 1,376 7
4. Baylor (2) 8-0 1,351 2
5. Oklahoma St. 9-0 1,256 12
6. Notre Dame 8-1 1,219 8
7. Stanford 8-1 1,144 9
8. Iowa 9-0 1,091 10
9. LSU 7-1 1,050 4
10. Utah 8-1 900 13
11. Florida 8-1 887 11
12. Oklahoma 8-1 858 14
13. TCU 8-1 841 5
14. Michigan St. 8-1 807 6
15. Michigan 7-2 684 16
16. Houston 9-0 561 18
17. North Carolina 8-1 506 21
18. UCLA 7-2 403 22
19. Florida St. 7-2 379 17
20. Mississippi St. 7-2 357 24
21. Temple 8-1 310 23
22. Navy 7-1 218 NR
23. Wisconsin 8-2 183 NR
24. Northwestern 7-2 177 NR
25. Memphis 8-1 137 15

Others receiving votes: Southern Cal 104, BYU 35, Mississippi 22, Boise St. 6, Texas A&M 6, Toledo 4, W. Kentucky 2, Washington St. 2.