For the first time in four years, Alabama has dropped out of the AP Poll’s top five.

The Alabama Crimson Tide fell to number nine in the college football poll, snapping a record streak of 68 appearances in the top five.

The remaining top four teams from last week in the AP Top 25 were unchanged, with LSU at number one, followed by Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia. Vaulting up into the top five was Utah, followed by Oklahoma, Florida and Baylor.

Alabama lost to the Auburn Tigers in what was one hell of a wild Iron Bowl game on Saturday to give it two regular season losses for the first time since 2010. The drastic drop, at least for Alabama, broke a string of top five appearances that started November 8, 2015.

A week prior to the Tide’s unprecedented run in the AP Poll beginning they sat seventh, and it had been as low in the poll as 12th a year earlier. Alabama passed the old record for consecutive top-five appearances of 55 by Miami during the 2018 season.

Wisconsin moved up three spots to number 10 after routing Minnesota. The Gophers slid down six spots to number 15.