ESPN’s Football Power Index is always an interesting ranking from week-to-week.

This week, the rankings didn’t change much after expected outcomes among the top 6 teams in the nation. Georgia, however, played it too close for comfort against Missouri, escaping Columbia with a 26-22 win over the Tigers.

The biggest topic exiting Week 5 is Bryce Young’s injury. The Alabama quarterback left in the first half and didn’t return to the game against Arkansas. Nick Saban said Young suffered a sprained shoulder, and his return is unknown. Playing in Young’s absence was backup Jalen Milroe. Milroe and running back Jahmyr Gibbs combined for nearly 300 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns. Milroe also added a passing touchdown.

Elsewhere, Ohio State hammered Rutgers 49-10, and Michigan took care of business against Iowa 27-14. Clemson also took down NC State 30-20.

Below is how ESPN’s Football Power Index ranks the top 25 teams after Week 5.

College football rankings: ESPN’s FPI Top 25

1. Alabama Crimson Tide
2. Ohio State Buckeyes
3. Georgia Bulldogs
4. Michigan Wolverines
5. Clemson Tigers
6. Texas Longhorns
7. Utah Utes
8. LSU Tigers
9. Ole Miss Rebels
10. Tennessee Volunteers
11. USC Trojans
12. Penn State Nittany Lions
13. TCU Horned Frogs
14. Minnesota Golden Gophers
15. Oklahoma State Cowboys
16. Baylor Bears
17. Mississippi State Bulldogs
18. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
19. Oklahoma Sooners
20. Cincinnati Bearcats
21. Maryland Terrapins
22. Oregon Ducks
23. Washington Huskies
24. Kentucky Wildcats
25. NC State Wolfpack