Tennessee moves to No. 14 in AP Top 25 Poll

BRISTOL,TN - SEPTEMBER 10, 2016 - Quarterback Josh Dobbs #11 of the Tennessee Volunteers during the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Tennessee Volunteers at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN. Photo By Ruth Dudley/Tennessee Athletics
BRISTOL,TN - SEPTEMBER 10, 2016 - Quarterback Josh Dobbs #11 of the Tennessee Volunteers during the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Tennessee Volunteers at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN. Photo By Ruth Dudley/Tennessee Athletics

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Florida quarterback Luke Del Rio injured his left knee in a 32-0 victory against North Texas on Saturday night, a huge concern as the Gators prepare to play at No. 14 Tennessee next week.

University of Tennessee moved up in the polls following their win over Ohio University, Saturday afternoon. The Florida Gators fall to no. 19. The University of Alabama tops the list at no 1.

.

1
Alabama (50)
SEC
Record: 3-0
PV Rank

1

Points

1,510

2
Ohio State (4)
Big Ten
Record: 3-0
3
1,442
3
Louisville (6)
ACC
Record: 3-0
10
1,406
4
Michigan (1)
Big Ten
Record: 3-0
4
1,277
5
Clemson
ACC
Record: 3-0
5
1,258
6
Houston
The American
Record: 3-0
6
1,245
7
Stanford
Pac-12
Record: 2-0
7
1,195
8
Michigan State
Big Ten
Record: 2-0
12
1,084
9
Washington
Pac-12
Record: 3-0
8
1,040
10
Texas A&M
SEC
Record: 3-0
17
890
11
Wisconsin
Big Ten
Record: 3-0
9
828
12
Georgia
SEC
Record: 3-0
16
726
13
Florida State
ACC
Record: 2-1
2
722
14
Tennessee
SEC
Record: 3-0
15
707
15
Miami (FL)
ACC
Record: 3-0
25
565
16
Baylor
Big 12
Record: 3-0
21
529
17
Arkansas
SEC
Record: 3-0
24
528
18
LSU
SEC
Record: 2-1
20
517
19
Florida
SEC
Record: 3-0
23
479
20
Nebraska
Big Ten
Record: 3-0
420
21
Texas
Big 12
Record: 2-1
11
196
22
San Diego State
Mountain West
Record: 3-0
183
23
Mississippi
SEC
Record: 1-2
19
172
24
Utah
Pac-12
Record: 3-0
154
25
Oklahoma
Big 12
Record: 1-2
14
139

Others receiving votes: TCU 132, UCLA 74, North Dakota St. 74, Boise St. 69, Iowa 47, California 44, Oklahoma St. 42, Notre Dame 32, Oregon 23, North Carolina 17, Georgia Tech 17, Cent. Michigan 16, South Florida 7, W. Michigan 6, Toledo 6, Maryland 3, Arizona St. 3, Virginia Tech 1.

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