After Georgia struggles, Alabama jumps to the top of the Coaches Poll.
The top spot in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll changes hands even though the top five teams evaded the upset bug during a crazy Week 5 of college football.
After battling to a victory at Arkansas without Bryce Young in the second half, Alabama reclaims the top place.
This week, the Crimson Tide received 34 of 64 first-place votes, finishing 23 points in front of Georgia.
The Bulldogs hold 23 of the initial No. 1 votes but fall to No. 2 after overcoming unranked Missouri. No. 3 Ohio State advances a little bit against the SEC favorites.
The following four teams are the same as they all won their respective conferences: No. 4 Michigan, No. 5 Clemson, No. 6 Southern California, and No. 7 Oklahoma State.
Tennessee climbs one spot to No. 8. Mississippi, which edged past Kentucky, who fell to No. 13, into the top 10 for the first time this season, coming in at No. 9. In addition,
Penn State climbs two spots to No. 10 after defeating Northwestern.The biggest riser among the top 25 is Wake Forest, which moves up six spots to No. 15 following
a comeback victory at Florida State.The top newcomer to the poll is No. 17 Kansas. For the first time since October 18, 2009, the unblemished Jayhawks are ranked.