The final AP Top 25 Poll for the 2022 college football season was released coming out of Monday’s national title game.

With a steamrolling performance, Georgia captured its second straight title by taking down TCU. The Bulldogs land the No. 1 overall spot once again under Kirby Smart while TCU finishes the year at No. 2.

The rest of the top four was rounded out by Michigan at No. 3 and Ohio State at No. 4. Though the Buckeyes nearly took down Georgia in the Peach Bowl, the Wolverines still hold the head-to-head matchup with the big win in The Game.

Penn State moved up to No. 7 on the final poll to give the Nittany Lions a top-10 finish under James Franklin. It is the first for the program since a No. 9 ranking following the 2019 season.

No other B1G program landed in the top 25 but the conference did have five teams in the “others receiving votes” section.

Final AP Top 25 rankings

1. Georgia Bulldogs
2. TCU Horned Frogs
3. Michigan Wolverines
4. Ohio State Buckeyes
5. Alabama Crimson Tide
6. Tennessee Volunteers
7. Penn State Nittany Lions
8. Washington Huskies
9. Tulane Green Wave
10. Utah Utes
11. Florida State Seminoles
12. USC Trojans
13. Clemson Tigers
14. Kansas State Wildcats
15. Oregon Ducks
16. LSU Tigers
17. Oregon State Beavers
18. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
19. Troy Trojans
20. Mississippi State Bulldogs
21. UCLA Bruins
22. Pittsburgh Panthers
23. South Carolina Gamecocks
24. Fresno State Bulldogs
25. Texas Longhorns

Others receiving votes:
Duke 49, UTSA 45, Air Force 40, Boise State 38, Minnesota 35, Texas Tech 19, North Carolina 8, North Carolina State 6, Iowa 4, Louisville 3, Purdue 3, Maryland 2, Marshall 2, Cincinnati 1, Illinois 1