College football polls: Updated AP Top 25, Coaches Poll rankings after Week 5

College football was nothing short of chaotic on Saturday, featuring an incredible nine losses by teams ranked in the AP Top 25.

Some of those losses were to be expected, as the Week 5 slate featured four matchups between undefeated, ranked opponents: No. 1 Alabama took down No. 12 Ole Miss in Tuscaloosa, 42-21; No. 2 Georgia beat down No. 8 Arkansas, 37-0; No. 7 Cincinnati made a College Football Playoff statement with its 24-13 win over No. 9 Notre Dame; and No. 19 Oklahoma State took down No. 21 Baylor 24-14 in Big 12 action.

But several games featured massive upsets, including No. 3 Oregon’s 31-24 overtime stunner to Stanford; No. 10 Florida’s 20-13 loss to Kentucky; No. 15 Texas A&M’s 26-22 loss to Mississippi State; No. 18 Fresno State’s 27-24 loss to Hawaii; and No. 20 UCLA’s 42-23 loss to Arizona State. No. 6 Oklahoma also saw a close call against Kansas State.

Those games and more had a massive impact on the latest rankings, including the AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll. Sporting News breaks down the latest top 25 teams after yet another wild week of college football:

College football rankings for Week 6

Coaches Poll

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 105; San Diego State 103; Baylor 40; Pitt 34; Oregon State 27; Iowa State 27; Virginia Tech 24; Boston College 14; UTSA 13; Appalachian State 11; Fresno State 8; Liberty 7; Mississippi State 6; North Carolina 5; Maryland 5; Western Michigan 2; Texas Tech 2; Louisiana 1; Nevada 1.

AP Top 25

Others receiving votes: Clemson 96; Texas A&M 41; Oregon State 27; Baylor 24; Mississippi State 18; Virginia Tech 13; Stanford 11; UTSA 10; Pitt 6; Fresno State 5; Texas Tech 4; Western Michigan 3; Appalachian State 2; Kansas State 2; Boston College 1; UCLA 1.

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