It was yet another memorable weekend of college football.
Starting with UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen's impressive performance against Cal Thursday night, knocking off the No. 20 Golden Bears, four top-25 teams were toppled this past weekend. Georgia Tech pulled out a miraculous last-second victory against Florida State, dropping the Seminoles out of the top 10, and USC reminded the Utes that they aren't alone in the Pac-12. Oh, and Ole Miss shut the door on Texas A&M. And if watching top-25 teams fall wasn't enough, Duke and Arkansas each pulled out wins in quadruple overtime games.
Clemson put on the most dominant performance Saturday, crushing the Hurricanes, 58-0, in Miami, jumping both LSU and TCU to take over the No. 3 spot behind Ohio State and Baylor. Notre Dame pushed its way back into the top 10, while Iowa made its top-10 debut. After wins, UCLA and Mississippi State climbed back into the polls. Texas A&M and Cal fell out altogether. There was a lot of movement after some wild finishes, but this won't be the last time we see a shakeup like this.
Here's the poll in its entirety, via the AP:
1. Ohio State
6. Michigan State
9. Notre Dame
12. Oklahoma State
17. Florida State
19. Ole Miss
25. Mississippi State
You can find last week's poll here. What do you think, college football fans?