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Next Steps for Each Top 25 Team in AP College Football Poll – My MBA Career



Last Updated on September 19, 2023 by Robert C. Hoopes

Title: College Football Rankings Unveiled: Georgia Retains Top Spot as Alabama Raises Concerns

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Colorado’s defense made a game-sealing interception in double overtime, prompting fans to rush the field in celebration. The new AP Top 25 college football poll has recently been released, and it brings some exciting developments to the forefront.

The highly touted Georgia Bulldogs managed to overcome a halftime deficit, securing their 20th consecutive win and solidifying their grip on the top spot. Meanwhile, the Florida State Seminoles narrowly escaped with a win against Boston College, causing them to drop a spot in the rankings.

Two perennial powerhouses, Michigan and Ohio State, continued their dominant performances with commanding victories. Both teams maintained their positions in the rankings, with Michigan at No. 2 and Ohio State at No. 6.

A major upset occurred as the underdog Colorado staged a remarkable comeback to defeat their rival Colorado State in an intense double overtime matchup. This win will surely boost Colorado’s confidence moving forward.

As for the rest of the rankings, the Texas Longhorns made a significant jump to the No. 3 spot, achieving a 3-0 start for the first time since 2012. USC remains at No. 5, and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish extended their streak of scoring 40 or more points in five consecutive games.

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Oregon showed impressive strength on the field, leading to their rise to No. 10 after a convincing victory over Hawai’i. The Utah Utes also showcased their strength by remaining undefeated in nonconference home games since joining the Pac-12 in 2011.

In the midst of these exciting developments, the Alabama Crimson Tide raised eyebrows with their low-scoring win, leaving some question marks as they prepare to face Ole Miss. Additionally, LSU Tigers’ quarterback set a school record for the best single-game completion percentage in the team’s history.

College football continues to captivate fans with its thrilling matchups and surprising outcomes. As the season progresses, it will be intriguing to see how these top teams fare and if any dark horses emerge from the pack.

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