Florida Football: Gators drop in Week 3 USA TODAY Sports Coaches poll – Gators Wire

Florida barely beat USF on Saturday, but the Gators are still ranked in the top 25 of the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll.
UF came in at No. 22 on Sunday’s Week 3 update, a one-spot drop after the Gators fell from No. 19 to 21 last weekend. That feels a bit kind, considering Florida’s struggles at home against a mediocre team, but this is still the same team that upset No. 8 Utah in Week 1.
The Gators face No. 12 Tennessee next week and could move up a few spots with a road win. It’ll be the third ranked matchup of the season for Florida and is essentially a must-win with Georgia and Texas A&M still on the schedule.
A look at the full USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY Sports:
No. 25 Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh 210; Florida State 107; Appalachian State 68; Oregon State 57; Washington State 55; Cincinnati 37; Syracuse 24; Minnesota 24; Iowa State 15; North Carolina 12; Texas Christian 7; Kansas 5; Wisconsin 4; Air Force 4; Notre Dame 2; Mississippi State 2; Louisiana State 2; Duke 2; East Carolina 1; Coastal Carolina 1
Here’s a look at how each Power Five conference fared in this week’s update.
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