For once, upsets were not the theme of the weekend in college football. It was almost a refreshing reminder that the pollsters were a bit more accurate this weekend than in years past.

Only one Top 25 team fell over the weekend, with Tulsa upsetting No. 19 SMU 28-24. The other ranked teams in action all came out with a win.

That includes the teams in the B1G. No. 3 Ohio State was not in action, as Maryland was forced to postpone this weekend’s game due to COVID-19 concerns. No. 10 Indiana shut out Michigan State 24-0 and No. 13 Wisconsin demolished Michigan 49-11. No. 23 Northwestern survived a scare from Purdue, winning 27-20.

But just because there weren’t major upsets doesn’t mean there were no changes in the polls.

Here’s a look at the Week 12 USA Today Coaches Poll:

#1 Alabama

#2 Notre Dame

#3 Ohio State

#4 Clemson

#5 Florida

#6 Texas A&M

#7 Cincinnati

#8 BYU

#9 Miami

#10 Indiana

#11 Georgia

#12 Wisconsin

#13 Oregon

#14 Oklahoma State

#15 Marshall

#16 Iowa State

#17 Oklahoma

#18 Coastal Carolina

#19 USC

#20 Northwestern

#21 Auburn

#22 Liberty

#23 Texas

#24 North Carolina

#25 Lafayette