After Auburn’s 13-7 loss on the road against Georgia, Alabama is now the lone SEC team in the Top 10 of both the AP and Coaches Poll.

The Crimson Tide held on to their No. 1 ranking after a dominant victory against Mississippi State, while the Tigers dropped to No. 18 and No. 16 in the AP and Coaches Poll, respectively.

In both polls, LSU is now the second-highest ranked SEC team. The Tigers are No. 16 in the AP Poll and No. 14 in the Coaches Poll. Florida and Texas A&M are the only other SEC teams to be ranked after Week 11. The Gators are No. 21 in the AP Poll and No. 18 in the Coaches Poll, while the Aggies are No. 23 and No. 22 in the AP and Coaches Poll, respectively.

Here is a side-by-side comparison of the two Week 12 polls.

Coaches Poll AP Poll
1. Alabama 1. Alabama
2. Ohio State 2. Ohio State
3. Louisville 3. Louisville
4. Michigan 4. Michigan
5. Clemson 5. Clemson
6. Wisconsin 6. Wisconsin
7. Washington 7. Washington
8. Oklahoma 8. Oklahoma
9. West Virginia 9. Penn State
10. Penn State 10. West Virginia
11. Utah 11. Utah
12. Colorado 12. Colorado
13. Oklahoma State 13. Oklahoma State
14. LSU 14. Western Michigan
15. Florida State 15. USC
16. Auburn 16. LSU
17. Nebraska 17. Florida State
18. Florida 18. Auburn
19. USC 19. Nebraska
20. Washington State 20. Washington State
21. Western Michigan 21. Florida
22. Texas A&M 22. Boise State
23. Boise State 23. Texas A&M
24. North Carolina 24. San Diego State
25. San Diego State 25. Troy