The Week 5 AP Top 25 poll saw four new teams enter the top-10 after a string of Saturday upsets, with Clemson rising all the way to No. 6.
With four top-10 teams losing this week, there was room for jumps for Clemson, Utah, and Alabama as Ole Miss and Georgia slid.
Unexpected losses by Ole Miss and Wisconsin have knocked them out of the New Year's Six games in the current projection. Georgia and Stanford replace them.
Week 5 in college football had plenty of surprises, including Alabama demolishing Georgia and Ohio State struggling vs. Indiana. Jon Solomon wraps it all up in College Football Rewind.
A wild day in the top 10 saw a near-wholesale shakeup of our projected AP Top 25.
Georgia came into Saturday hoping to stamp itself a national title contender and left it reminded of why Alabama, one loss and all, is that team instead.
Georgia tried a quarterback switch. It didn't work out so hot.
Watch as Alabama freshman cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick not only blocks the punt but returns it for a touchdown to give Alabama a 17-3 lead late in the second quarter.
Sanford Stadium is going to have rainy weather for Saturday's Alabama-Georgia game.
College football games are routinely running longer than expected. Is that a good thing for the players? Gary Danielson explains its impact on roster depth.

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