Georgia was a strong contender for No. Despite Georgia’s strong push for No. 1, Alabama still holds the top spot in the USA TODAY Sports NCAA RE-Rank 1-130.
Georgia ranks No. After Saturday’s 10-3 crushing of Clemson, Georgia is now No. 2. However, the Crimson Tide still remain at No. After destroying Miami (Fla.), the Crimson Tide remain at No. 1.
The top five are made up of the same five teams. Georgia has moved up three places. Ohio State climbs one spot to No. 3. Oklahoma falls to No. After struggling to remove Tulane, Oklahoma drops to No. 4. Clemson now ranks No. After failing to gain any momentum against Georgia’s outstanding defense, Clemson is now No. 5.
There are some newcomers to this top 25. One of them is No. 15 UCLA sits at number 2-0 after beating LSU. Texas debuts at No. 16 after defeating Louisiana to kick off the Steve Sarkisian era.
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Virginia Tech rises 34 spots after beating North Carolina and taking some heat from coach Justin Fuente. No. 24 Michigan has a two-point lead after defeating Western Michigan. Ole Miss is No. 25 after Louisville’s 43-point defeat.
No. 30 LSU (No. 31 Miami, No. 41 Washington, No. 42 Washington, No. 66 West Virginia.
A new team is also at the bottom of the table: Connecticut takes over No. 130 for Louisiana-Monroe, after losing 38-28 at Holy Cross.
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