College football had another eventful week over the Oct. 5 weekend, with near-upsets, upsets, overtime victories and a slew of one-possession wins that shuffled the Top 25. Teams like Georgia and Oklahoma State raised more questions about their programs, and teams like Baylor added a lot of credibility to theirs.
Right on schedule, here is Bleacher Report's official Top 25 poll to help clarify how everything played out.
Poll voters (in alphabetical order): Chris Bello, Eric Bowman, Carter Bryant, Phil Callihan, Alex Callos, Andrew Coppens, Bill Eichenberger, Michael Felder, Trenise Ferreira, Sean Frye, Kyle Kensing, Ben Kercheval, Sanjay Kirpalani, Marc Kohn, Adam Kramer, David Luther, Jonathan McDanal, Max Rausch, David Regimbal, Patrick Runge, Barrett Sallee, Alex Sims, Erin Sorensen, Marc Torrence and Greg Wallace.
Each voter submitted an individual Top 25, and every first-place team was given 25 points. The second-place team received 24, and so on, with the 25th-place team earning one point. The teams are ranked in order according to total points.
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