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.
A wild day in the top 10 saw a near-wholesale shakeup of our projected AP Top 25.
Florida State running back Dalvin Cook left the Wake Forest game with an apparent hamstring injury.
Florida State running back Mario Pender is expected to be released from the hospital this week after suffering a collapsed lung in practice but will definitely miss Saturday's game at Wake Forest.
CBS Sports senior columnist Dennis Dodd checks in with his fourth Power Poll of the 2015 college football season. Michigan State remains No. 1 but four new teams enter, including UF and UM.
Florida and Michigan broke into the AP Top 25, while Oregon fell from the poll for the first time in nearly six years.
Ohio State, Michigan State, TCU, Baylor and Ole Miss all remain in the top five of the new coaches poll college football rankings.
There was a change atop the Pac-12 on Saturday night, Florida and Michigan each looked prime for a resurgence, and Butch Jones appears to be in trouble at Tennessee.

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