Georgia’s Sony Michel runs previous Florida defenders for a 45-yard landing.(Picture: John Raoux, AP)

A weekend full of high-profile matchups produced loads of adjustments within the Amway Coaches Ballot, although as soon as once more, the top-ranked staff is because it has been all season. Alabama, which had the weekend off, continues to be the unanimous No. 1.

After that, the shuffling begins. Georgia climbs to No. 2 after dispatching archrival Florida. The Bulldogs look like on a collision course with the Crimson Tide in a month for the SEC title. Ohio State, the large winner of the weekend because of its comeback win in opposition to Penn State, vaults from sixth to No. three forward of Wisconsin. Clemson, which acquired again on monitor with a win in opposition to Georgia Tech, is again within the prime 5.

Prime 25: The entire Amway Coaches Ballot

Refill: Notre Dame. The Combating Irish acquire two extra locations to No. eight after one more decisive win in opposition to a ranked opponent.

Inventory down: Penn State. The Nittany Lions fall from the second place to No. 7 following the Ohio State loss, however they now need badistance they’re not more likely to get to be able to win the Huge Ten East.

Refill: Oklahoma State. The Cowboys are again within the prime 10 after a powerful efficiency at West Virginia, establishing the Bedlam showdown with No. 9 Oklahoma we anticipated a month in the past.

Inventory down: TCU. The Horned Frogs grew to become the newest sufferer of surging Iowa State. Because of this they tumble eight locations to No. 12 however nonetheless have time to get better in what’s now a really crowded Huge 12 race.

Refill: Auburn. The Tigers additionally picked a superb week to have a bye as they acquire 4 positions to No. 15 with their hardest video games nonetheless to come back.

Inventory down: North Carolina State. The Wolfpack solely fall 4 locations to No. 19 after the loss at Notre Dame. They’ll nonetheless win the ACC if they’ll upend Clemson subsequent week.

New children on the block: No. 16 Iowa State, No. 21 Memphis, No. 22 Mississippi State, No. 25 Arizona.

School dropouts: Washington State, Michigan State, West Virginia, Texas A&M.



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