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.
Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and Tennessee won by a combined 203-60 against conference opponents.
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.
Georgia is closing in on a school record.
The Bulldogs are No. 1 for the ninth time this season, matching their total from last season, when they won the national title for the first time in 41 years.
Georgia has been at No. 1 a total of 33 times in school history, one behind Michigan for 12th most in the history of the AP poll.
The Bulldogs are at Kentucky next week and close the regular season against Georgia Tech. Barring a major upset, they will go into the SEC championship game against LSU with 11 weeks as the country’s top-ranked team.
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