Week 10 in college football was an exciting one, as four ranked teams – Boise State, Clemson, Georgia, and Michigan – fell in their respective action.

Clemson’s double-overtime loss in South Bend to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish meant there was a change at the top of the Associated Press Poll, with Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide moving up a spot to No. 1 and Dabo Swinney’s Tigers dropping to No. 4.

Taking all this into account, ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who played quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 1989-93, released his top players, coaches, and teams of the week on Twitter.

Beginning with the student-athletes, two Big Ten players made Herbstreit’s top-seven, with Maryland Terrapins freshman wide receiver Rakim Jarrett slotting in at No. 5 and Minnesota Golden Gophers redshirt junior running back Mohamed Ibrahim at No. 6.

Finding the end zone for the first time in his collegiate career, Jarrett caught five passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns in Maryland’s 35-19 victory over the Penn State Nittany Lions, while Ibrahim tied a career-high with 224 yards on the ground in Minnesota’s win over the Illinois Fighting Illini.

Two coaches from the conference also made the analyst’s top-seven, the Terrapins’ Mike Locksley at No. 2, and the Indiana Hoosiers’ Tom Allen at No. 4.

Improving to 3-0 and knocking off Michigan for the first time in 25 tries, Allen’s Hoosiers defeated the Wolverines in Bloomington, 38-21, and now stand at No. 10 in the AP Poll.

Finally, with Herbstreit’s list of top teams, which he limited to six, Maryland and Indiana both earned recognition here, too, checking in at No. 3 and 6, respectively.

Brian Kelly’s Fighting Irish took home the top spot, Dan Mullen’s Florida Gators – who beat the Georgia Bulldogs for the first time since 2016 – were No. 2, Hugh Freeze’s Liberty Flames were No. 4 after topping the Virginia Tech Hokies, and Kalani Sitake’s BYU Cougars, who are now 8-0, occupied No. 5 on the list.