AP Top 25: Alabama Tops Poll; UCF in at No. 25

AP Top 25: Alabama Tops Poll; UCF in at No. 25

Alabama kept its top spot in this week's Associated Press Top 25 poll after a 66-3 thrashing of Ole Miss on Saturday. No. 2 Clemson earned the other 17 first-place votes while No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 4 Penn State and No. 5 Georgia round out the top 5.

The Big 12 was also represented by TCU (No. 8), Oklahoma State (15) and West Virginia (23) in the AP poll.

The Washington Huskies were ranked No. 6 in the Week 5 AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll, just behind the No. 5 USC Trojans. It gets 4-1 Texas A&M next up.

- Washington State climbed to No. 11 from No. 16 with its 30-27 win over Southern California.

The AP's top five was rounded out by Penn State and Georgia. No. 3 Oklahoma, which had the weekend off, and fourth-ranked Penn State, an easy victor against IN, also maintain their positions.

- No. 10 Ohio State is back in the top 10 after dropping out last week for the first time in 43 straight polls. 12 Virginia Tech, stays put at No. 2 with the remaining six first-place nods.

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