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Alabama's first regular-season loss since Nov. 2019 cost it four spots in the Coaches Poll, as the Crimson Tide fell from No. 1 to No. 5 following its 41-38 loss to Texas A&M Saturday night. Not surprisingly, Georgia was the beneficiary of Alabama's loss, moving up a spot from No. 2 to No. 1. It's the first time Georgia has been No. 1 in the Coaches Poll since the 2008 preseason poll.

Elsewhere, Iowa benefitted after a 23-20 win over Penn State, as the Hawkeyes move up from No. 3 to No. 2, picking up a first-place vote in the process. The Nittany Lions drop from No. 4 to No. 8. BYU was the biggest faller, and the only team to fall out of the top 10, as it dropped to No. 20 following a loss to Boise State.

Meanwhile, Kentucky only climbs three spots to No. 11 after beating LSU to improve to 6-0 on the season. Perhaps SEC bias only applies to a certain selection of teams?

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Here are the rankings in full.

1. Georgia (64 first-place votes)
2. Iowa (1)
3. Oklahoma
4. Cincinnati
5. Alabama
6. Ohio State
7. Michigan
8. Penn State
9. Michigan State
10. Oregon
11. Kentucky
12. Oklahoma State
13. Notre Dame
14. Ole Miss
15. Coastal Carolina
16. Wake Forest
17. Florida
18. Texas A&M
19. Arkansas
20. BYU
21. NC State
22. Arizona State
23. SMU
24. San Diego State
25. Clemson

No longer ranked: No. 19 Auburn, No. 23 Texas

Others receiving votes: Auburn 98; Baylor 91; Texas 74; Pittsburgh 36; Texas-San Antonio 30; Mississippi State 18; Iowa State 18; Appalachian State 18; Boston College 11; Air Force 9; Tennessee 8; Liberty 8; Nevada 7; Louisiana 3; Houston 3; Fresno State 3; UCLA 1.