After losses on Saturday, Alabama fell to 5th place and Auburn dropped out of the latest AP Top 25 College Football Poll.
Alabama lost to then unranked Texas A&M on a last second field goal, 41-38. The Crimson Tide went from No.1 to No.5 in this week’s poll and are 5-1. The Aggies returned to the poll, in 21st place.
Auburn lost 34-10 to No. 2 Georgia, who climbed to No. 1 and claimed 62 first-place votes this week. The Tigers were No. 18 before the loss. Auburn is now 4-2.
This is the first time since 1982 that Georgia has been ranked No.1 in the regular season.
The other SEC teams in this week’s poll are: # 11 Kentucky, # 13 Ole Miss, # 17 Arkansas, and # 20 Florida.
Top 25 teams in Associated Press College Football Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, register through October 9, point total based on 25 points for a first-place vote up to one point for a 25th place vote, and previous ranking:
|1. Georgia (62)||6-0||1550||2|
|6. Ohio St.||5-1||1157||7|
|7. Penn Street||5-1||1147||4|
|10. Michigan St.||6-0||992||11|
|12. Oklahoma St.||5-0||830||12|
|15. Coastal Carolina||6-0||712||15|
|16. Wake forest||6-0||526||19|
|18. Arizona Street||5-1||428||22|
|21. Texas A&M||4-2||348||–|
|22. NC State||4-1||265||23|
|24. San Diego Street||5-0||176||25|
Other people receiving votes: Auburn 106, Clemson 63, Baylor 62, UTSA 22, Mississippi St. 7, Kansas St. 3, Air Force 2, Appalachian St. 2, Pittsburgh 1.
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