AP Top-25 released: Georgia is No. 1 for first time since 2008

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The Georgia Bulldogs are ranked No. 1 in the newest AP Top-25 after the Alabama Crimson Tide fell to the Texas A&M Aggies Saturday night in College Station.

It’s the first time the Bulldogs hold the No. 1 ranking in the AP poll since the 2008 preseason rankings were released. UGA held that ranking for only one week.

It was an incredible weekend of college football. As pointed out in the following tweet, six top-25 teams lost, plus there a bunch of close wins by some highly ranked programs.

This coming weekend, the Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Athens. College GameDay will be there when No. 1 ranked UGA takes on No. __ Kentucky.

Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

The AP Top-25 is as follows:

25. Texas

24. SDSU

23. SMU

22. NC State

21. Texas A&M

20. Florida

19. BYU

18. Arizona State

17. Arkansas

16. Wake Forest

15. Coastal Carolina

14. Notre Dame

13. Ole Miss

12. Oklahoma State

11. Kentucky

10. Michigan State

9. Oregon

8. Michigan

7. Penn State

6. Ohio State

5. Alabama

4. Oklahoma

3. Cincinnati

2. Iowa

1. Georgia