The University of Alabama strengthened its hold on the top spot in the AP Poll after a 17-point win over Florida State to open the season.

The second AP Top 25 was released on Tuesday and the Crimson Tide remained in first place after receiving 60 of 61 votes. The Ohio State Buckeyes picked up the only other vote after beating Indiana.

The Seminoles took the biggest fall from No. 3 to No. 10, but that can't all be attributed to a single loss. Jimbo Fisher lost starting quarterback Deondre Francois for the season after suffering an injury against Alabama. Florida (22) is the only other team in the poll with a loss.

A total of five SEC teams made the list, but the Tide is the only team ranked higher than No. 12.

Here are the Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 5, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Prv
1. Alabama (60) 1-0 1524 1
2. Ohio St. (1) 1-0 1445 2
3. Clemson 1-0 1317 5
4. Penn St. 1-0 1303 6
5. Oklahoma 1-0 1253 7
6. Southern Cal 1-0 1224 4
7. Washington 1-0 1083 8
8. Michigan 1-0 1051 11
9. Wisconsin 1-0 979 9
10. Florida St. 0-1 976 3
11. Oklahoma St. 1-0 950 10
12. LSU 1-0 898 13
13. Auburn 1-0 873 12
14. Stanford 1-0 772 14
15. Georgia 1-0 685 15
16. Miami 1-0 537 18
17. Louisville 1-0 529 16
18. Virginia Tech 1-0 490 21
19. Kansas St. 1-0 398 20
20. Washington St. 1-0 216 24
21. South Florida 2-0 207 19
22. Florida 0-1 164 17
23. TCU 1-0 154 -
24. Notre Dame 1-0 141 -
25. Tennessee 1-0 124 25

Others receiving votes: Utah 96, UCLA 82, West Virginia 70, Colorado 65, Maryland 45, Oregon 44, South Carolina 44, Boise St. 22, Northwestern 20, Houston 14, San Diego St. 11, Texas Tech 4, Kentucky 4, Iowa 3, California 2, Navy 1, Vanderbilt 1, Pittsburgh 1, Mississippi St. 1, Nebraska 1, Michigan St. 1.