The Memphis Tigers are ranked 25 in the latest Associated Press Poll.  The ranking follows an impressive victory over then-number 25 Navy at the Liberty Bowl Saturday.  Memphis will not have much time to celebrate.  The tigers head on the road against Houston Thursday night.   Here is what the rest of the poll looks like:

UNDATED (AP) — The latest AP college football rankings have been jumbled following weekend losses by four of the previous top-10 teams. However, Alabama remains No. 1 after picking up all 61 first-place votes following Saturday’s 41-9 rout of Arkansas.

Clemson’s loss to Syracuse makes Penn State the new No. 2 team in the poll. Georgia is third, followed by TCU and Wisconsin.

Ohio State, Clemson, Miami, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State round out the top 10.

Washington fell from fifth to 12th with its 13-7 loss to Arizona State. Washington State’s 37-3 loss to Cal dropped the Cougars seven notches to 15. Auburn slid 11 spots to 21st by losing to LSU, 27-23. LSU is back in the poll at 24th.

West Virginia and Memphis also cracked the poll.