Alabama football suffered a Week 2 loss to Texas despite being ranked No. 3 in the nation before the game.
The Crimson Tide's defeat to No. 10 Texas is expected to result in a significant drop in the college football rankings.
The Week 3 rankings are determined by voters in the U.S. LBM Coaches Poll and the AP Top 25.
Quarterback Jalen Milroe had a challenging game, completing 14 of 27 passes for 255 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Alabama's defense gave up several big plays to Texas, including touchdown passes of 44 and 39 yards.
It is unlikely that Alabama will be ranked in the top 25 in both the Coaches and AP polls after the loss.
No other top-10 team suffered a loss in Week 2, contributing to Alabama's expected drop in rankings
The top-ranked teams in the article include No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Michigan, and No. 4 Ohio State, all of which secured wins in Week 2.
Several other top-10 teams, such as No. 7 Penn State and No. 8 Washington, also had decisive victories in Week 2.
No. 10 Texas, the team that defeated Alabama, is anticipated to see a significant boost in their rankings in the upcoming polls