Georgia, TCU jump into top 10 of AP Poll

TCU defensive end Ben Banogu, left, forces a fumble by Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Stillwater, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017.(AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)

The top five of the Associated Press poll did not change after a weekend of near upsets.

Alabama remained No. 1 with Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn State and USC rounding out two through five in the rankings. However, Oklahoma State, last week’s No. 6, fell to No. 15 after a home loss to TCU. As a result, the Horned Frogs made the jump from No. 16 all the way to No. 9, the biggest jump of the week.

Georgia, after its blowout win over Mississippi State, moved up four spots from No. 11 to No. 7 while MSU dropped from No. 17 to No. 24. Florida State, now 0-2 after a loss to NC State, fell from No. 12 out of the Top 25.

Notre Dame and West Virginia entered the Top 25 at Nos. 22 and 23, respectively.

Here is the entire Top 25:

1 Alabama
2. Clemson
3. Oklahoma
4. Penn State
5. USC
6. Washington
7. Georgia
8. Michigan
9. TCU
10. Wisconsin
11. Ohio State
12, Virginia Tech
13. Auburn
14. Miami
15. Oklahoma State
16. Washington State
17. Louisville
18. USF
19. SDSU
20. Utah
21. Florida
22. Notre Dame
23. West Virginia
24. Mississippi State
25. LSU

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