|1||Florida State (38)||Florida State (51)||Oregon|
|2||Oregon (16)||Alabama (1)||Georgia|
|3||Alabama (1)||Oklahoma (3)||Oklahoma|
|4||Oklahoma (2)||Oregon (6)||Texas A&M|
|6||Georgia (1)||Georgia (1)||LSU|
|7||Texas A&M (2)||Baylor||Florida|
|11||Notre Dame||Notre Dame||Michigan State|
|13||Michigan State||Michigan State||USC|
|14||Ole Miss||Arizona State||Wisconsin|
|15||Stanford||Ole Miss||Virginia Tech|
|17||Virginia Tech||Wisconsin||Florida State|
|18||Wisconsin||Ohio State||Ole Miss|
|19||Kansas State||Virginia Tech||Arizona|
|24||South Carolina||Clemson||Kansas State|
Auburn: Auburn is still #5 in both polls. The top five in the Amway Coaches Poll did not change. There was a bit of shuffling in the AP Poll, however.
The Rest of the SEC: Alabama looked much better this week and remains at #2 in the Coaches Poll, but the media were apparently more impressed with Oregon's comeback win against Michigan State as the Ducks jumped them for #2 in the AP Poll. The rest of the SEC was either off or taking care of cupcakes, with the exception of Mississippi State's struggles against newly resurgent UAB. In terms of major movements, there really weren't any for SEC teams. Missouri jumping from 24 to 21 in the AP poll is the biggest movement. There are still eight SEC teams in the Top 25. The same can not be said for the B1G, who saw its two major college football playoff contenders fall.
The Schedule: Still brutal, but maybe a bit less so after watching Kansas State's game against Iowa State. I suspect KSU will come out with a lot more passion and play much better against Auburn, however. Auburn still faces seven teams currently in the Top 25 of each poll. Six are from the SEC with the seventh being the Thursday night KSU game coming up in a week and a half. According to the AP, Auburn will play four teams currently ranked in the Top 10, with two of those being road games.
I still believe Auburn is capable of winning every game on its schedule. It will be very tough to do, however. It's going to be a fun ride.