Another wild week in college football shook up much of the top 10, but the first three teams maintained their spots in the latest AP Top 25.

Clemson, Ohio State, and Alabama held down spots 1-3, while the Crimson Tide added two first place votes after its win over Mississippi State. Meanwhile, Baylor, Stanford, and LSU all dropped out of the top 10 after upset losses.

Here are the Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 14, 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 (34) 10-0 1,496 1
2. Ohio St. (23) 10-0 1,460 2
3. Alabama (4) 9-1 1,424 3
4. Oklahoma St. 10-0 1,301 5
5. Notre Dame 9-1 1,286 6
6. Iowa 10-0 1,216 8
7. Oklahoma 9-1 1,182 12
8. Florida 9-1 1,055 11
9. Michigan St. 9-1 1,008 14
10. Baylor 8-1 946 4
11. TCU 9-1 857 13
12. North Carolina 9-1 791 17
13. Houston 10-0 790 16
14. Michigan 8-2 738 15
15. Stanford 8-2 668 7
16. Florida St. 8-2 559 19
17. LSU 7-2 549 9
18. Utah 8-2 514 10
19. Navy 8-1 465 22
20. Northwestern 8-2 397 24
21. Wisconsin 8-2 338 23
22. Southern Cal 7-3 201 NR
23. Oregon 7-3 170 NR
24. Washington St. 7-3 167 NR
25. Mississippi 7-3 44 NR

Others receiving votes: Toledo 39, Arkansas 35, Memphis 32, Mississippi St. 25, UCLA 18, Pittsburgh 15, Temple 13, Georgia 8, Texas A&M 8, Bowling Green 4, W. Kentucky 4, Air Force 1, Arkansas St. 1.