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Here's The Official College Football AP Poll After Week 1

So, what did we learn from week one of the 2014 college football season? Well, Texas A&M, after dominating South Carolina on the road, seems to be adjusting just fine to life without Johnny Manziel. Georgia and its stable of running backs, led by Todd Gurley, could be very, very difficult to outlast for four quarters. And a number of other top programs, like Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State, seem capable of winning games without playing their best football.

As we head into week two, Florida State, which hasn't lost a game since the 2012 season, remains at the top of both polls. Their defeat of Oklahoma State, while not perfect, was enough to keep the Noles in the top spot. In reality, it's probably theirs until they drop a contest.

FSU is followed in this week's AP Poll by Alabama, Oregon, Oklahoma and Auburn. Georgia, following its big win over Clemson, made the jump from No. 12 to No. 6. The aforementioned Aggies saw the largest leap, moving up 12 spots to No. 9. Here's the entire top 25, via the Associated Press:

1. Florida State
2. Alabama
3. Oregon
4. Oklahoma
5. Auburn
6. Georgia
7. Michigan State
8. Ohio State
9. Texas A&M
10. Baylor
11. UCLA
12. LSU
13. Stanford
14. USC
15. Ole Miss
16. Notre Dame
17. Arizona State
18. Wisconsin
19. Nebraska
20. Kansas State
21. South Carolina
22. North Carolina
23. Clemson
24. Missouri
25. Louisville