College football provided fans with yet another wild weekend of crazy finishes, upset specials and overtime thrillers, shaking things up in both the Coaches' Poll and AP Poll yet again. And with so many ranked teams falling in defeat, ESPN's latest Power Rankings was no different.
Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State remained still atop the rankings. And thanks to Oklahoma handing Baylor its first loss of the season Saturday night, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State each jumped a spot and now sit at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively, rounding out the top 5. After another dominating performance, this time against Miami, UNC made the biggest climb - seven spots - and now sits at No. 11.
After losses, both Stanford and LSU dropped out of the top 10, Baylor fell to No. 10, and Temple, UCLA, Mississippi State and Memphis dropped out of the rankings altogether.
Here are the rankings, via ESPN:
3. Ohio State
4. Notre Dame
5. Oklahoma State
9. Michigan State
11. North Carolina
14. Florida State
24. Washington State
25. Ole Miss
You can find last week's rankings here. What do you think, college football fans? Did they get it right?