Don't ask me how, either. I don't know. That's just what happens in a poll voted on by coaches who either don't have a chance to watch the games or SIDs who don't care all that much.
Ole Miss is probably one of the biggest jumpers, as well they should be after beating Alabama in Tuscaloosa, last night. Alabama drops out of the Top 10 for the first time in about five years. It's interesting that the Massey rating still has them at #2, though.
For the schedule, it's still all SEC teams in the rankings, as Louisville started the season 0-3 with a close game against Clemson.
You can see the complete polls below.
|1||Ohio State (42)||Ohio State (61)||Ohio State|
|2||Michigan State (7)||TCU||Alabama|
|3||TCU (tie)||Michigan State (3)||Georgia|
|4||Ole Miss (tie) (11)||Baylor||Ole Miss|
|5||Baylor||Ole Miss||Michigan State|
|8||LSU||Notre Dame||Florida State|
|15||Oklahoma||Texas A&M||Texas A&M|
|20||Georgia Tech||Georgia Tech||Utah|