Week 3 Associated Press Poll released
It’s a little too early for this much drama, isn’t it?
The college football weekend was filled with unpredictable upsets, seriously shaking up the rankings as we head into Week 3. We’re only mid-September and already it’s been a crazy season.
No. 3 Ohio State fell to No. 12 Oregon in Columbus, one of the biggest upsets of the day. No. 15 Texas was blown out by Arkansas (a fitting result considering the recent move to the SEC) and No. 10 Iowa posted a double-digit victory over No. 9 Iowa State.
No. 14 USC and No. 21 Utah also lost on Saturday. It’s caused quite the stir in the week’s Associated Press Poll. Here’s what the Top 25 looks like after two weeks of action:
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#7 Texas A&M
#9 Ohio State
#10 Penn State
#12 Notre Dame
#14 Iowa State
#15 Virginia Tech
#16 Coastal Carolina
#17 Ole Miss
#19 Arizona State
#21 North Carolina
#24 Miami (FL)
Other B1G teams receiving votes: Michigan State (44), Indiana (34), Maryland (14)