The NCAA Associated Press Top 25 saw some changes this week, but not at the top with Ohio State and Alabama in the first two positions. TCU is number three, while Michigan State is four after their win over Oregon and the top 10 is filled out by Baylor, USC, Georgia, Notre Dame and Florida State heading into Week 3 of the season.
Ohio State is no longer the unanimous number one overall, as Michigan State earned two first place votes from teams after beating the Ducks. Michigan State avenged a loss from last season in Oregon with a win at home and they took the game 31-28 and now are in good position in the rankings to make a run to the playoff. The SEC has had the most amount of teams in the top 25, but they saw some drops, as Auburn fell down the poll, while Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi State are out all together after losing.
Alabama had an easy game after their win against Wisconsin in the first week, as they played against Middle Tennessee, but they are gearing up for conference play. Alabama has No. 15 Ole Miss coming up next on the schedule and that game against the Rebels is a big one. There are some top 25 matchups in games this week, as Notre Dame plays against Georgia Tech, while BYU and UCLA are also matching up on the schedule.
After UCLA at number 10, Clemson comes in ahead of Oregon, LSU and Georgia Tech, who is at number 14 after winning 65-10 against Tulane. Ole Miss put up 73 points and they come in at 15, while Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Auburn, BYU and Arizona finish out the top 20. The final five teams include Utah, Missouri, Northwestern, Wisconsin and Oklahoma State.