Final 2022 Associated Press college football poll

After Georgia pounded TCU, 65-7 in the national title game, the final Associated Press college football poll was released.

Alabama (11-2) ended the 2022 season in the same spot it entered the postseason. The Crimson Tide finished No. 5 between Ohio State and Tennessee. The only change in the top 5 was TCU swapping places with Michigan as the Horned Frogs finished No. 2.

The Crimson Tide was ranked as high as No. 2 on four ballots and as low as No. 7 on four ballots, according to collegepolltracker.com.

Kansas State (10-4) dropped three places to No. 15 after losing to Alabama, 45-20 in the Sugar Bowl. That was one of three wins over ranked teams for the Crimson Tide as Mississippi State was No. 20 and Texas at No. 25.

Final Associated Press poll

  1. Georgia (63) 1,575
  2. TCU 1,484
  3. Michigan 1,438
  4. Ohio State 1,394
  5. Alabama 1,303
  6. Tennessee 1,294
  7. Penn State 1,200
  8. Washington 1,097
  9. Tulane 1.025
  10. Utah 876
  11. Florida State 814
  12. U.S.C. 795
  13. Clemson 791
  14. Kansas State 784
  15. Oregon 758
  16. LSU 757
  17. Oregon State 742
  18. Notre Dame 535
  19. Troy 322
  20. Mississippi State 320
  21. UCLA 243
  22. Pittsburgh 233
  23. South Carolina 180
  24. Fresno State 164
  25. Texas 95

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

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