Greg McElroy is out with his top 10 rankings, and has 3 SEC teams in the top 10.

McElroy dropped UCLA and Ole Miss from last week’s ranking, and moved Alabama up 2 spots to No. 7.

“It was a fine performance against Mississippi State,” McElroy said on his “Always College Football” podcast. “It wasn’t great, I didn’t think they were great offensively. I thought they were excellent on defense. It was a really solid defensive performance, which is what I wanted to see.”

Against Tennessee, McElroy said the defense was on its heels the whole game, and that wasn’t the case against Mississippi State.

McElroy made one switch in the top 6 and he dropped Tennessee to No. 3, and moved Georgia to No. 2. McElroy moved Georgia up because its strength of schedule improved since Oregon beat UCLA and continues to prove itself as legit.

“Georgia soundly beat my No. 8 team, I wasn’t sold on Oregon,” he said. “But guess what, after last week, I am.”

1. Michigan
2. Georgia
3. Tennessee
4. Ohio State
5. TCU
6. Clemson
7. Alabama
8. Oregon
9. USC
10. Oklahoma State