AP Top 25: Cincinnati moves to No. 2 as Iowa drops to No. 11

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The Cincinnati Bearcats are the No. 2 team in the country.

Cincinnati moved up to No. 2 behind Georgia after a big win against UCF on Saturday. Cincinnati is 6-0 and a spot ahead of undefeated Oklahoma. The Sooners and new QB Caleb Williams easily beat TCU on Saturday.

Georgia got every first-place vote in the poll. Iowa dropped from No. 2 to No. 11 after losing at home to Purdue. The Boilermakers moved into the poll at No. 25 after the win.

Alabama moved up to No. 4 and Ohio State rounds out the top five. 

The Big Ten has four teams in the top 10 with Michigan at No. 6, Penn State at No. 7 and Michigan State at No. 9. 

Oklahoma State moved up four spots to No. 8 after beating Texas. The Longhorns dropped out of the top 25 entirely.

Texas-San Antonio is at No. 24 and in the AP Top 25 for the first time in program history. The Roadrunners are 7-0 and one of two undefeated FBS team in the state of Texas. The other is No. 21 SMU.

AP Top 25

1. Georgia (7-0)

2. Cincinnati (6-0)

3. Oklahoma (7-0)

4. Alabama (6-1)

5. Ohio State (5-1)

6. Michigan (6-0)

7. Penn State (5-1)

8. Oklahoma State (6-0)

9. Michigan State (7-0)

10. Oregon (5-1)

11. Iowa (6-1)

12. Ole Miss (5-1)

13. Notre Dame (5-1)

14. Coastal Carolina (6-0)

15. Kentucky (6-1)

16. Wake Forest (6-0)

17. Texas A&M (5-2)

18. North Carolina State (5-1)

19. Auburn (5-2)

20. Baylor (6-1)

21. SMU (6-0)

22. San Diego State (6-0)

23. Pitt (5-1)

24. UTSA (7-0)

25. Purdue (4-2)

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