Michigan fell all the way to No. 19 in both polls after opening the season ranked No. 8.
The Crimson Tide received 45 votes for first place in The Associated Press Poll and 37 in the USA Today coaches' poll. USC still received 11 first-place votes in the AP poll and 14 in the USA Today poll.
This is the 86th time in the 76-year history of the AP poll that the top-ranked team won and dropped in the rankings. It's happened at least once every year since 2007.
When asked about the new rankings at practice this morning, Joey Kaufman tweeted about coach Lane Kiffin's response.
Lane Kiffin on Alabama jumping USC in the AP top-25 poll: "I'd agree with that."— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) September 4, 2012
More Kiffin on AP: "From what I heard, [Alabama] played a really good Michigan team in a big matchup and played really well." Yes, they did.— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) September 4, 2012
Do you think the Trojans should have dropped in the polls despite winning their season opener?