A dominant performance from Clemson over the weekend against Georgia Tech has catapulted the Tigers back to the top of ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI) rankings, knocking Ohio State out of the top spot.

ESPN updated its FPI rankings on Sunday, following another week of the college football season. The Buckeyes still find themselves pretty high in the rankings, coming in at No. 2. Two other B1G teams cracked the top 10, with Wisconsin at No. 4 and Penn Stat in the No. 6 slot.

In total, seven B1G teams were ranked inside the top 25 this weekend. Here’s a look at ESPN FPI’s rankings (B1G in bold):

  1. Clemson Tigers
  2. Ohio State Buckeyes
  3. Alabama Crimson Tide
  4. Wisconsin Badgers
  5. Georgia Bulldogs
  6. Penn State Nittany Lions
  7. Oregon Ducks
  8. Florida Gators
  9. USC Trojans
  10. Texas Longhorns
  11. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  12. Oklahoma State Cowboys
  13. Auburn Tigers
  14. UCF Knights
  15. Oklahoma Sooners
  16. LSU Tigers
  17. Virginia Tech Hokies
  18. Michigan Wolverines
  19. Texas A&M Aggies
  20. BYU Cougars
  21. Miami Hurricanes
  22. Indiana Hoosiers
  23. Utah Utes
  24. Northwestern Wildcats
  25. Iowa Hawkeyes

Here’s where the other seven B1G teams ranked:

  • No. 28: Minnesota Golden Gophers
  • No. 40: Nebraska Cornhuskers
  • No. 49: Purdue Boilermakers
  • No. 60: Illinois Fighting Illini
  • No. 72: Michigan State Spartans
  • No. 81: Rutgers Scarlet Knights
  • No. 90: Maryland Terrapins