Once again the AP Poll has been shaken up this weekend, as we saw #2 FSU fall, and #10 Louiville soar, so where did that leave each team?
Alabama remains #1, not having budged since the season begun, and they are followed up by Ohio State at #2, after the Buckeyes had a huge win over OU, jumping from the third spot to the second in the poll. Making their way all the way up to #3, the Louisville Cardinals. The Cards jumped from #10 to #3 after embarrassing the Florida State Seminoles. The #4, 5, 6, and 7 spots all remain the same, with Michigan, Clemson, Houston, Stanford all staying in those respective spots. We round out the top 10 with Michigan St moving from #12 to #8, the spot they took from the now #9 Washington Huskies, and finally Texas A&M moves all the way from 17 to #10, finally finding some success in the quarterback position.
Nebraska, Utah, and San Diego St all made their way into the top 25 after not being ranked the week before, and moving quickly. As we all know in college football, nothing is guaranteed, but these teams are all doing their very best to put themselves in a great position to win, but it seems that the way the Crimson Tide are playing, all roads lead to Tuscaloosa. While Lamar Jackson and the Cardinals continue to turn heads and climb the ranks, they've got an important game against Marshall this weekend, followed by the biggest matchup on their schedule for the year, the Clemson Tigers.