We'll know whether Alabama will stay in the College Football Playoff hunt for another week after Saturday's game, but one voter still has the Crimson Tide as his number one team in the country.

For the second straight week, Alabama received one first-place vote in the AP Top 25 and remained at 7th in the poll. A total of six teams received first-place votes heading into week 10, including Alabama's next opponent, LSU.

The undefeated Tigers stayed at No. 4 with five first-place votes. Les Miles' team travels to Tuscaloosa this Saturday for a game that should determine the SEC West.

Take a look at the full top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 31, 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. Ohio St. (39) 8-0 1,465 1
2. Baylor (6) 7-0 1,408 2
3. Clemson (6) 8-0 1,381 3
4. LSU (5) 7-0 1,346 4
5. TCU (4) 8-0 1,336 5
6. Michigan St. 8-0 1,249 6
7. Alabama (1) 7-1 1,160 7
8. Notre Dame 7-1 1,019 9
9. Stanford 7-1 1,014 8
10. Iowa 8-0 954 10
11. Florida 7-1 923 11
12. Oklahoma St. 8-0 879 12
13. Utah 7-1 809 13
14. Oklahoma 7-1 712 14
15. Memphis 8-0 683 16
16. Michigan 6-2 613 15
17. Florida St. 7-1 571 17
18. Houston 8-0 466 18
19. Mississippi 7-2 414 19
20. Toledo 7-0 366 20
21. North Carolina 7-1 248 NR
22. UCLA 6-2 190 24
23. Temple 7-1 175 21
24. Mississippi St. 6-2 144 25
25. Texas A&M 6-2 101 NR

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 64, Southern Cal 57, BYU 27, Northwestern 21, Duke 7, Penn St. 5, Appalachian St. 4, Boise St. 4, California 4, Pittsburgh 2, Tennessee 2, Navy 1, Washington St. 1.