It’s a rankings Tuesday in the college football world. Clemson vs. Georgia Tech, a special Monday night game for Labor Day Weekend, capped Week 1. Now that Week 1 is in the books, the polls are updated for Week 2.

The Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the National Football Foundation (NFF) released the Super 16 poll on Tuesday. The updated rankings feature 3 teams from the Big Ten. The SEC leads all conferences with 5 teams.

From the B1G, Ohio State, coming off a victory over Notre Dame, leads the way at No. 3. The Buckeyes received 3 first-place votes, but ultimately slid down a spot. Michigan is right behind at No. 4, up a spot from the preseason rankings. Michigan State checks at No. 14, up 1 spot in the poll.

Wisconsin, Penn State and Minnesota are among the teams who also received votes.

TEAM POINTS FIRST-PLACE VOTES LAST WEEK’S RANK
1. Alabama (1-0) 809 32 1
2. Georgia (1-0) 786 17 3
3. Ohio State (1-0) 740 3 2
4. Michigan (1-0) 587 5
5. Clemson (1-0) 580 4
6. Oklahoma (1-0) 477 9
7. Texas A&M (1-0) 459 8
8. Baylor (1-0) 402 10
9. Notre Dame (0-1) 391 6
10. USC (1-0) 285 13
11. Oklahoma State (1-0) 243 11
12. Florida (1-0) 213 N/A
13. Arkansas (1-0) 177 N/A
14. Michigan State (1-0) 164 15
15. Miami (FL) (1-0) 148 16
16. Utah (0-1) 130 7

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Pittsburgh (89), Wisconsin (84), NC State (74), BYU (45), Florida State (42), Tennessee (32), Ole Miss (26), Texas (25), Penn State (15), Kentucky (13), Mississippi State (9), Oregon (7), Houston (5), Wake Forest (5), UCF (4), Kansas State (3), Minnesota (2), TCU (1).

The Super 16 pollsters consist of FWAA writers and College Football Hall of Famers who were selected to create a balanced-geographical perspective.