West Virginia made the largest jump in the latest AP poll, while Michigan moved ahead of Clemson despite not playing. Alabama has all but one first-place vote after its dominance of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Michigan moves up to No. 3 in the AP college football poll, right behind No. 2 Ohio State, to give the Big Ten rivals their best combined ranking since the 2006 season.
After Virginia Tech and Miami were upset last Saturday, the ACC power rankings faced a major shake-up.
Our top five teams in the Big Ten Power Rankings remain the same as last week, but there are plenty of shakeups after that.
The Buffaloes and Cougars are rising up the power rankings after both put up conference victories behind strong running games.
Alabama again looked pretty convincing in a blowout victory and tops our rankings headed into Saturday's showdown with Texas A&M, who's right behind.
|North Carolina Central||4-0||5-2|
|North Carolina A&T||3-0||5-1|
|South Carolina State||2-0||2-3|
|South Dakota State||3-0||4-2|
|North Dakota State||2-1||5-1|