No. 1 UGA leads steady top 5; Ducks, UCLA slip

by Ricardo Gutierrez - No. 1 Georgia led an unchanged top five in the AP college football poll, while the rest of the Top 25 was shuffled after eight ranked teams lost -- including two big upsets in the Pac-12.

Georgia still No. 1 as top 5 unchanged; Oregon, UCLA take Pac-12 hits 1:56 PM ET Associated Press No. 1 Georgia led an unchanged top five in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, while the rest of the Top 25 was shuffled after eight ranked teams lost -- including two big upsets in the Pac-12. For the second straight week, the Bulldogs received all but one of the 63 first-place votes in the AP Top 25. No. 2 Ohio State received the other first-place vote. No. 3 Michigan , No. 4 TCU and No. 5 Tennessee held their spots after victories Saturday, with only the Horned Frogs facing a real challenge. AP Top 25 College Football Poll First-place votes in parentheses Team Record 1. Georgia (62) 10-0 2. Ohio State (1) 10-0 3. Michigan 10-0 4. TCU 10-0 5. Tennessee 9-1 6. LSU 8-2 7. USC 9-1 8. Alabama 8-2 9. Clemson 9-1 10. Utah 8-2 11. Penn State 8-2 12. Oregon 8-2 13. North Carolina 9-1 14. Ole Miss 8-2 15. Washington 8-2 16. UCLA 8-2 17. UCF 8-2 18. Notre Dame 7-3 19. Kansas State 7-3 20. Florida State 7-3 21. Tulane 8-2 22. Cincinnati 8-2 23. Coastal Carolina 9-1 24. Oklahoma State 7-3 25. Oregon State 7-3 Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and Tennessee won by a combined 203-60 against conference opponents. Home losses by Oregon (to Washington ) and UCLA (to Arizona ) shook up the rest of the top 10. No. 6 LSU and No. 7 USC each moved up a spot. The last time two top-10 Pac-12 teams lost at home during the same weekend was Oct. 2-4, 2014, when No. 2 Oregon fell 31-24 to Arizona and No. 8 UCLA was defeated 30-28 by Utah . Alabama jumped two spots to No. 8 after it fell to a season-low No. 10 last week. Clemson moved up three spots to reenter the top 10 at No. 9, and Utah climbed to No. 10.