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College Football Rankings, Week 11: Georgia tied at No. 5 in AP Top 25 Poll

The Associated Press Top 25 Poll saw little change at the top this week as the nation's best survived tough games.

Scott Cunningham

The Georgia Bulldogs are ranked No. 5 in the Week 11 Associated Press Top 25 Poll, tied with the Ohio St. Buckeyes. The Bulldogs moved up two spots after a 37-10 victory over Ole Miss on Saturday, and were helped by LSU's loss to Alabama.

Despite the loss, the Tigers remain in the top 10 at No. 9, keeping four SEC teams among the nation's elite. Alabama keeps their hold on No. 1, while Florida lands at No. 7 after escaping with a victory against Mizzou.

There are seven SEC schools overall in the rankings, with South Carolina at No. 12, Texas A&M at No. 15, and Mississippi State at No. 22.

The Oregon Ducks remain in the second spot, followed by Kansas State and Notre Dame. West Virginia, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State all fell from the rankings.

Georgia will try and continue its rise in the rankings when it faces Auburn next Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Auburn is winless in conference play.

Here's the entire AP Poll:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama (60) 1,500
2 Oregon 1,421
3 Kansas State 1,395
4 Notre Dame 1,318
5 Ohio State 1,198
5 Georgia 1,198
7 Florida 1,112
8 Florida State 1,057
9 LSU 1,029
10 Clemson 931
11 Louisville 862
12 South Carolina 836
13 Oregon State 796
14 Oklahoma 765
15 Texas A&M 700
16 Stanford 655
17 UCLA 446
18 Nebraska 441
19 Louisiana Tech 355
19 Texas 355
21 USC 237
22 Mississippi State 187
23 Toledo 146
24 Rutgers 99
25 Texas Tech 97

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