We finally have experienced some chaos in college football. It only took us two weeks to get to this point.

After a strong showing from ranked teams against unranked competition in Week 1 (24-0), we saw a few of those ranked teams take a tumble. Only of those involved a B1G team.

Nebraska was the only ranked B1G team to fall this week, blowing a 17-0 lead to Colorado and falling 34-31 in overtime. The conference’s other ranked teams — Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan State, Iowa and Wisconsin — all posted victories. Most of which were convincing.

Michigan needed overtime to stave off an upset against Army, winning 24-21.

So, now that Week 2 is behind us, the Associated Press Poll has updated its rankings. Here’s a look at the top 25 heading into Week 3:

1
Clemson Tigers
2
Alabama Crimson Tide
3
Georgia Bulldogs
4
LSU Tigers
5
Oklahoma Sooners
6
Ohio State Buckeyes
7
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
8
Auburn Tigers
9
Florida Gators
10
Michigan Wolverines
11
Utah Utes
12
Texas Longhorns
13
Penn State Nittany Lions
14
Wisconsin Badgers
15
Oregon Ducks
16
Texas A&M Aggies
17
UCF Knights
18
Michigan State Spartans
19
Iowa Hawkeyes
20
Washington State Cougars
21
Maryland Terrapins
22
Boise State Broncos
23
Washington Huskies
24
USC Trojans
25
Virginia Cavaliers