Yes, we know there are still a few games that have yet to be decided. Still, The last three days of the first full weekend of the college football season has provided us with a pretty good idea of what the Associated Press poll will look like when it’s released.

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A few B1G teams avoided major scares this weekend, as Michigan State and Penn State upsets at the hand of non-Power Five opponents in Week 1. And Maryland, who has endured serious turmoil over the last four months, stunned everyone with an upset win over No. 23 Texas.

Here’s how we expect the AP Top 25 to look after a thrilling opening weekend:

  1. Alabama def. Louisville
  2. Clemson def. Furman 48-7
  3. George def. Austin Peay 45-0
  4. Wisconsin def. Western Kentucky 34-3
  5. Ohio State def. Oregon State 77-31
  6. Oklahoma def. FAU 63-14
  7. Auburn def. Washington 21-16
  8. Miami plays No. 25 LSU Sunday
  9. Notre Dame def. Michigan 24-17
  10. Washington lost to Auburn 16-21
  11. West Virginia def. Tennessee 40-14
  12. Stanford def. San Diego State 31-10
  13. USC def. UNLV 43-21
  14. Florida State plays No. 20 Virginia Tech Monday
  15. Michigan State def. Utah State 38-31
  16. TCU def. Southern 55-7
  17. Penn State def. Appalachian State 45-38 (OT)
  18. Mississippi State def. Stephen F. Austin 63-6
  19. Michigan lost to Notre Dame 24-17
  20. UCF def. UConn 56-17
  21. Boise State def. Troy 56-20
  22. Oregon def. Bowling Green
  23. South Carolina def. Coastal Carolina
  24. Florida def. Charleston Southern 53-6
  25. Virginia Tech plays No. 19 Florida State Monday

Falling out of Top 25: No. 23 Texas (lost to Maryland), No. 25 LSU (underdog against No. 8 Miami on Monday).