After a wild weekend in college football, there has been some reshuffling of the AP poll’s top 25.
Alabama remains at number one in the AP poll, receiving 60 of the possible 63 first-place votes. Georgia received the remaining three votes, staying at number two in the poll. Oregon’s win over then-No. 3 ranked Ohio State propelled them to the number four spot in the rankings.
Visiting “The Shoe” in Columbus, Ohio, Oregon scored a massive win for the Pac-12 conference a week after UCLA beat LSU in Pasadena.
Oregon’s offense was incredibly balanced, passing for 236 yards and rushing for 269 on the ground as Ohio State head coach Ryan Day lost for the first time in the regular season as the head man of the Buckeyes. For Oregon, the 35-28 victory was the school’s first road win over a top-5 opponent since 2011.
“We’ve been building toward this for a while now, but we’re not there yet,” Oregon head coach Mario