It was another crazy weekend of college football, packed full of upsets and down-to-the-wire finishes. With four top-10 teams - and eight in the top-25 - falling in defeat this weekend, there was a lot of movement in the latest AP Poll.
Baylor suffered its first loss of the season Saturday night at the hands of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and company, LSU was unexpectedly dominated at home against Arkansas, Oregon came in and ruined Stanford's title hopes and Arizona took down Utah in double overtime. And there's even more to talk about.
USC, Oregon, Washington State and Ole Miss all worked their way into the rankings after wins this past weekend, while UCLA, Mississippi State, Temple and Memphis all dropped out of the rankings altogether. Clemson, after somewhat of a shaky performance against Syracuse, gathered even more first place votes than it did the previous week.
Here are the full rankings, via the AP:
2. Ohio State
4. Oklahoma State
5. Notre Dame
9. Michigan State
12. North Carolina
16. Florida State
24. Washington State
25. Ole Miss
You can find last week's poll here. What do you think, college football fans? Did they get it right this time?