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Louisville ranked No. 3 in new AP and coaches' polls

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Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Chaos has arrived.

Obviously these rankings don't really have any significance because of the existence of the College Football Playoff rankings, but still, it's Nov. 13 and Louisville is the No. 3 football team in the country. That's cool.

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25

1
Alabama (61)
Record: 10-0
PV Rank
1
Points
1,525
2
Record: 9-1
6
1,455
3
Record: 9-1
5
1,357
4
Record: 9-1
2
1,323
5
Record: 9-1
3
1,304
6
Record: 8-2
7
1,214
7
Record: 9-1
4
1,150
8
Record: 8-2
9
1,064
9
Record: 8-2
12
961
10
Record: 8-1
11
920
11
Record: 8-2
13
807
12
Record: 8-2
16
797
13
Record: 8-2
17
659
14
Record: 10-0
14
634
15
Record: 7-3
-
584
16
Record: 6-3
19
582
17
Record: 7-3
20
569
18
Record: 7-3
8
543
19
Record: 8-2
21
504
20
Record: 8-2
23
501
21
Record: 7-2
22
435
22
Record: 9-1
24
315
23
Record: 7-3
10
238
24
Record: 9-1
-
97
25
Record: 8-1
-
63

Coaches Poll

RK TEAM REC PTS TREND
1 Alabama(63) 10-0 1575
2 Ohio State 9-1 1495 3
3 Louisville 9-1 1418 3
4 Michigan 9-1 1332 1
5 Clemson 9-1 1318 3
6 Wisconsin 8-2 1231 1
7 Washington 9-1 1190 3
8 Oklahoma 8-2 1147 1
9 West Virginia 8-1 994 1
10 Penn State 8-2 923 4
11 Utah 8-2 909 1
12 Colorado 8-2 861 3
13 Oklahoma State 8-2 745 4
14 LSU 6-3 572 5
15 Florida State 7-3 559 3
16 Auburn 7-3 542 8
17 Nebraska 8-2 541 3
18 Florida 7-2 538 2
19 USC 7-3 473 NR
20 Washington State 8-2 438 3
21 Western Michigan 10-0 431
22 Texas A&M 7-3 396 11
23 Boise State 9-1 355 1
24 North Carolina 7-3 114 11
25 San Diego State 9-1 112 NR

Dropped from rankings: Virginia Tech 22, Baylor 25

Others receiving votes: Houston 60, Navy 43, South Florida 43, Virginia Tech 39, Troy 28, Tennessee 20, Stanford 16, Pittsburgh 6, Arkansas 5, Toledo 3, Baylor 2, Iowa 1