​The first in-season AP Top-25 has officially been released, and you can probably guess which team sits on top of the college football world.

With an impressive win over the then-No. 3 Florida State Seminoles, the Alabama Crimson Tide cemented their status as the best team in college football, for now. Alabama looked dominant, especially defensively. If their offense can follow suit in the following weeks behind Jalen Hurts and a capable stable of running backs, look out.

But who comes in just behind the Tide? Here's the full list.

Ohio State still sits at No. 2 ahead of their clash with the now No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners in Columbus. Just behind the Buckeyes sits Clemson, who after an impressive victory against lowly Kent State moved up two spots from No. 5.

The biggest drop in the top-10 comes from Florida State, who after their loss to Alabama and the news of Deondre Francois being out for the year, have fallen seven spots to No. 10.

Here are the complete rankings:

1Alabama 1,52460
2Ohio State1,4451
3Clemson 1,317--
4Penn State 1,303--
5Oklahoma 1,253--
6USC 1,224--
7Washington 1,083--
8Michigan 1,051--
9Wisconsin 979--
10Florida State976--
11Oklahoma State 950--
12LSU 898--
13Auburn 873--
14Stanford 772--
15Georgia 685--
16Miami 537--
17Louisville 529--
18Virginia Tech 490--
19Kansas State 398--
20Washington State216--
21USF 207--
22Florida 164--
23TCU 154--
24Notre Dame 141--
25Tennessee 124--

What an opening week for college football. The best is yet to come.