The latest Coaches Poll is out and the SEC has 6 teams in the Top 25 after it started the season with 4 teams in the top 10.

LSU’s loss to Florida State dropped the Tigers from No. 5 to No. 14, while Tennessee slipped one spot despite a win over Virginia. The top 4 teams in the land remained the same. Georgia received 63 of the 66 first-place votes, while Alabama received 2 and Michigan 1.

Ole Miss also moved up 2 spots to No. 20 following a 73-7 win over Mercer.

Two of the bigger stories of the weekend, Duke and Colorado, each entered the poll at No. 24 and No. 25.

1 Georgia 1-0
2 Michigan 1-0
3 Alabama 1-0
4 Ohio State 1-0
5 Florida State 1-0
6 Southern California 2-0
7 Penn State 1-0
8 Washington 1-0
9 Tennessee 1-0
10 Texas 1-0
11 Notre Dame 2-0
12 Utah 1-0
13 Oregon 1-0
14 Louisiana State 0-1
15 Kansas State 1-0
16 North Carolina 1-0
17 Oklahoma 1-0
18 Oregon State 1-0
19 Wisconsin 1-0
20 Mississippi 1-0
21 Clemson 0-1 287
22 Tulane 1-0 255
23 Texas A&M 1-0
24 Duke 1-0 222
25 Colorado 1-0

Dropped out:
No. 16 Texas Christian; No. 24 Texas Tech.

Receiving votes: Iowa 111; Pittsburgh 53; Kentucky 50; UCLA 44; Texas Christian 40; Fresno State 30; Miami 22; Auburn 22; Arkansas 18; Maryland 14; Missouri 13; Troy 11; Oklahoma State 11; NC State 10; Illinois 9; Wyoming 8; Washington State 7; Wake Forest 7; Air Force 7; Minnesota 6; Mississippi State 5; South Carolina 4; Kansas 4; Texas Tech 3; Southern Methodist 3; Central Florida 3; Houston 2; Texas-San Antonio 1; Michigan State 1; Memphis 1; Louisville 1; James Madison 1; Arizona 1.