Alabama still has a comfortable lead atop the Amway Coaches Poll, but the gap closed a bit following No. 2 Clemson’s impressive performance in Week 3.

The Crimson Tide claimed 59 of 65 first-place votes after handling Colorado State. The defending national champion Tigers received the remaining six, up from two last week, after their dominant win at Louisville.

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Oklahoma remains No. 3 after handling Tulane. Penn State slipped ahead of Southern California for the No. 4 spot after the Nittany Lions dispatched Georgia State while the Trojans won a double-OT thriller against Texas.

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Stock up: Oklahoma State. The Cowboys road demolition of Pittsburgh helped them nudge ahead of Michigan for the No. 7 spot.

Stock down: LSU. The Tigers tumble all the way to No. 23, a 12-position drop, as a result of the trouncing they endured in their SEC opener at Mississippi State.

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Stock up: TCU. The Horned Frogs make the biggest upward move within the top 25 of the week, climbing five places to No. 15 following a victory against neighborhood rival SMU.

Stock down: Louisville. The Cardinals slide six slots to No. 20 after being victimized by Clemson.

Stock up: Washington State. The Cougars improved to 3-0 and gain four positions to No. 18.

Stock down: Florida State. Through no fault of their own, the Seminoles fall out of the top 10. They’ve been unable to get back on the field after their opening-day loss to Alabama, and Wisconsin vaults ahead of them into the top 10.

New kids on the block: No. 19 Mississippi State, No. 24 Oregon, No. 25 San Diego State.

College dropouts: Kansas State, Stanford, Tennessee.