1) Alabama Crimson Tide
The Tide rolled over Louisville with ease and look to be poised to make another championship run.
The Tigers dominated a lesser opponent but look like they may have a quarterback controversy brewing.
Georgia smacked Austin Peay in the mouth, just like expected.
The Buckeyes offense looked devastating, scoring 77 points on Oregon State. The defense, on the other hand, gave up 31 points and was far from impressive.
Auburn won a nip and tuck battle with a very good Washington Huskies team and look ready to challenge for a playoff berth.
It was expected that the Sooners would score a lot of points against Florida Atlantic; what was not expected was giving up just 14 points.
The Badgers bludgeoned the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 34-3, as expected.
The Irish beat Michigan 24-17, but the game was not as close as the score would indicate.
The Huskies did not hurt themselves by going toe to toe with one of the top teams in the country. The biggest question now will be is the Pac 12 good enough that if the Huskies can run the table in the conference will that be enough to get them in the playoffs?
They were really lucky to escape against App state. Trace McSorley showed that as long as he is at the helm for the Nittany Lions they are never out of it.
The Mountaineers destroyed the Tennessee Volunteers and left no doubt. The Mountaineers will challenge the Sooners for Big 12 supremacy.
Southern was no match for the Frogs.
Stanford beat a good San Diego State Aztecs team.
The Tigers easily dispatched of the Miami Hurricanes.
The Trojans handled UNLV as expected.
The Hokies had no problem beating the Seminoles.
17) Michigan State Spartans
The Spartans had their hands full hosting Utah State. I do think in the end people will find out that Utah State is better than what people think.
SF Austin is not a serious gauge of how good a team is, but the Bulldogs seem on the right track.
The Broncos are poised to make a Central Florida type run this season.
The Knights won easily at Connecticut.
The score was much closer than the game was this past week at Notre Dame.
The Canes saved a little face with a couple of late touchdowns in this game, but make no mistake about it, LSU dominated them.
The Ducks easily took care of Bowling Green.
Florida, with an easy early schedule, could very well break into the top 20 soon.
The Cocks have a huge game on Saturday as they host number 3 ranked Georgia.
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