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Pitt Football Drops One Spot In Latest AP Top 25 Rankings

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Voters in the Associated Press Top 25 weren’t impressed by Pitt’s 21-point road win and the fact that they started their 3rd string quarterback and are playing without a number of starters.

In the Week 3 rankings released Sunday afternoon, Pitt dropped one spot to No. 24 in the Associated Press rankings.

Pitt will be favored to win their next 3 games so if they win as expected, the Panthers will likely move into the Top 15.

Here is the Top 25, which still includes five teams from the ACC Conference and the Top 7 teams remained the same.

AP TOP 25 RANKINGS
1) Georgia
2) Alabama
3) Ohio State
4) Michigan
5) Clemson
6) Oklahoma
7) USC
8) Kentucky
9) Oklahoma State
10) Arkansas
11) Tennessee
12) NC State
13) Utah
14) Penn State
15) Oregon
16) Ole Miss
17) Baylor
18) Washington
19) BYU
20) Florida
21) Wake Forest
22) Texas
23) Texas A&M
24) PITT
25) Miami, Fla.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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kevin
kevin
7 days ago

Well that sucks. The whole system is flawed, but once they increase to 12 team playoff it won’t matter quite as much.

SRS
SRS
7 days ago

There are some other Clubs that are Undefeated yet. If PITT continues to Win they’ll be fine.

Our Offensive might be ball control and time possessive, but Drab. I foresee some exodus in the Transfer Portal this December from skill set.

Dukes

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