AP Top 25: Georgia is No. 1 for 19th straight poll

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By Dexter Foley

AP Top 25

Georgia stretched its streak of No.1 rankings in The Associated Press college football poll to 19 weeks, the third longest in the history of the rankings.

The Bulldogs received 38 of 63 first-place votes, their second-lowest total of the season, after an bye week but still ahead of No. 2 Michigan, 1,536 points to 1,504.

Georgia’s No. 1 streak, which started on Oct. 9, 2022, trails only Miami’s streak of 21 weeks from 2001-02 and Southern California’s 33 in a row from 2003-05.

The Wolverines received 19 first-place votes after their blowout victory, 49-0 against Michigan State on Saturday night.

Entire AP Top 25:

1. Georgia
2. Michigan
3. Ohio State
4. Florida State
5. Washington
6. Oklahoma
7. Texas
8. Oregon
9. Alabama
10. Penn State
11. Oregon State
12. Ole Miss
13. Utah
14. Notre Dame
15. LSU
16. Missouri
17. North Carolina
18. Louisville
19. Air Force
20. Duke
21. Tennessee
22. Tulane
23. UCLA
24. USC
25. James Madison

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