AP Top 25 College Football Rankings 2017: Week 5 AP Poll

After another wild weekend of college football, the AP Top 25 for this week has seen perennial powerhouses like Florida State fall out of the rankings, while newcomers such as Georgia and TCU have climbed into the top 10.
Due to Hurricane Irma, Florida State played only their second game of the year this weekend, losing 27-21 to NC State to drop to 0-2 for the first time since 1989. The Seminoles fell out of the top 25 for the first time since 2011.
Following a 37-35 loss at Arizona State, Oregon dropped the rankings.
The Alabama Crimson tide, who has been ranked for 168 consecutive weeks, remains at the top following their 59-0 domination of Vanderbilt. The top 5 remained unchanged this week, as Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn State, and USC all notched wins.

AP Top 25 College Football Rankings 2017: Week 5

1.Alabama (first-place votes: 52)
2. Clemson (8)
3. Oklahoma (1)
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. South Florida
19. San Diego State
20. Utah
21. Florida
22. Notre Dame
23. West Virginia
24. Mississippi State
25. LSU
Next week, No. 2 Clemson heads up to Lane Stadium to take on No. 12 Virginia Tech. On Friday, No. 5 USC travels to No. 16 Washington State and finally, No. 24 Mississippi State heads to Alabama to take on No. 14 Auburn.
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