The new AP Poll and we have a new No. 1 - how far did Alabama and Penn State fall though?!
It isn't an exaggeration to call this past Saturday one of the single craziest college football Saturday's in recent memory, with No. 1 Alabama falling as a three-score favorite, Oklahoma and Texas playing an iconic Red River Shootout, Penn State-Iowa and more.
With Week 6 now in the books, we have an updated AP Top 25 - here it is.
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The big news is of course at the top, where Georgia has overtaken Alabama as the top team in college football. And with good reason, as a historic defense and elite run game have led them to six straight convincing wins to start the season. In an interesting twist, they now get set to host the only other undefeated team in the SEC, Kentucky, which is ranked No. 11.
By the way, when was the last time you think a 6-0 SEC team, that was 4-0 in league play was ranked outside the Top 10? Guessing its been a while.
Yet while we do have one new Top 10 team (hello, Michigan State) the more interesting thing may be who fell after Saturday's losses. Alabama finds itself at No. 5 following their loss to Texas A&M, while Penn State is now No. 7 after losing at Iowa
(How Penn State is ranked behind Alabama, when they lost to a Top 5 team, in a game where they lost their quarterback is beyond us).
Interestingly, there is only one new team in the Top 25 this week: A&M, coming off their incredible win over Alabama.
They replace Auburn, who fell from the Top 25
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