Alabama Crimson Tide logo on the college football field. Dec 4, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; The Alabama Crimson Tide logo on the playing field at the Georgia Dome in preparation for the SEC Championship Saturday. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

The Alabama Crimson Tide’s streak of consecutive weeks in the top 10 of the AP Poll has come to an end.

While the Tide pulled out a victory against the USF Bulls on Saturday in Tampa, voters were unimpressed with the Tide’s showing in the 17-3 win and Alabama fell from No. 10 to No. 13

The AP’s Ralph Russo notes that Alabama spent 128 straight weeks in the top 10, which was the second-longest streak ever. The last time the Tide were ranked outside the top 10 was all the way back in September 2015, when they were also ranked No. 13. If the Tide were to fall lower, it would be their lowest ranking since 2010.

Despite their 2-1 record, Alabama has had an uncharacteristically poor start to the season on offense, as Nick Saban has already made a quarterback change with Jalen Milroe already having been replaced by both Ty Simpson and Tyler Buchner.

Saban has also been the subject of retirement rumors already this season, which he called “kind of laughable” earlier this week on The Pat McAfee Show.

Alabama’s time outside the top 10 could be short if they are able to pick up a win over No. 15 Ole Miss in Tuscaloosa next weekend. On the flip side, if Alabama loses, their slide will continue to that previously mentioned 2010 mark.

Social media had plenty to say about the Tide’s slide.

[Ralph D. Russo]