College football rankings are getting updated following the wild Week 8 action! The new AP Top 25 was released Sunday afternoon.

Coming out of the weekend, Ohio State has moved to 7-0 after a dismantling of Iowa. Though the Hawkeyes came out swinging and provided some stops defensively, the Buckeyes eventually put the game away with a dominant second half.

Elsewhere around the country, top-10 teams in Ole Miss and UCLA were taken down by LSU and Oregon, respectively. Alabama — another top competitor for the College Football Playoff — rebounded from a loss with a big win over Tennessee.

Georgia still leads the way on the AP Poll at No. 1 overall with 31 first-place votes. Ohio State is locked into the No. 2 spot with 18 first-place votes.

Tennessee (13) and Clemson (1) were the only other teams to receive a vote for first place on the Week 9 poll.

As teams prepare to turn their attention to Week 9, here is how the AP Poll looks moving forward:

AP Poll Week 9

#1 Georgia
#2 Ohio State
#3 Tennessee
#4 Michigan
#5 Clemson
#6 Alabama
#7 TCU
#8 Oregon
#9 Oklahoma State
#10 USC
#11 Wake Forest
#12 UCLA
#13 Penn State
#14 Utah
#15 Ole Miss
#16 Syracuse
#17 Illinois
#18 LSU
#19 Kentucky
#20 Cincinnati
#21 UNC
#22 Kansas State
#23 Tulane
#24 NC State
#25 South Carolina

Others receiving votes

Texas 38, Liberty 35, Oregon State 25, Mississippi State 10, Maryland 8, Troy 3, UTSA 1, Arkansas 1, Washington 1, Florida State 1