College Football Rankings: Georgia Ranked No.7 In AP Poll

Georgia holds steady at No. 7 in this week's AP Top 25 poll. There was no movement at the top with Alabama holding onto the top spot and followed by USC and LSU. Oregon is No. 4, while Florida State and Oklahoma are tied for the fifth spot. South Carolina comes in at No. 8, one spot behind the Bulldogs.

Arkansas falls completely out of the poll after Saturday's upset loss to Louisiana Monroe. Oklahoma State, Wisconsin and Nebraska also fall out after suffering losses on Saturday.

Georgia Tech received votes for the second week in a row but remains on the outside looking in.

Here is this week's full top 25:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama (48) 1,486
2 USC (8) 1,414
3 LSU (4) 1,404
4 Oregon 1,299
5 Florida State 1,160
5 Oklahoma 1,160
7 Georgia 1,155
8 South Carolina 1,025
9 West Virginia 1,017
10 Michigan State 995
11 Clemson 868
12 Ohio State 772
13 Virginia Tech 734
14 Texas 716
15 Kansas State 714
16 TCU 542
17 Michigan 429
18 Florida 427
19 Louisville 316
20 Notre Dame 310
21 Stanford 260
22 UCLA 250
23 Tennessee 177
24 Arizona 149
25 Brigham Young 110

For more on Georgia and Georgia Tech be sure to check out Dawg Sports and From The Rumble Seat. For more college football news and notes head over to SB Nation's college football page.

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