NCAAF Rankings

Week three of the College football rankings from Associated Press sees a change in the top-5, and the Ducks jump a few spots.

Alabama remains the unanimous number-one team in both the AP and Coaches poll. The Crimson Tide open S-E-C play Saturday at 19th ranked Ole Miss.

Florida State replaces Clemson at Number-2, and Ohio State and Michigan all move up one spot.

So, it’s Bama, Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson the top-5.
Florida State plays at #10 Louisville, and Ohio State visits 14th ranked Oklahoma in Norman. Meantime, Michigan hosts Colorado.

Houston remains rated sixth in the nation, followed by Stanford and Washington of the Pac-12.

Stanford entertains USC Saturday night in the Pac-12 opener while the Huskies host Portland State.

Georgia drops from number-9 down to 16th, and Wisconsin and Louisville move up to round out the top-10 behind Stanford and Washington.

The Oregon Ducks climb 2 spots and are ranked 22nd. The Ducks venture to Lincoln, Nebraska Saturday afternoon to face the Cornhuskers in a game you will hear right here on the Home of the Ducks, Newstalk KBND! Pre-game at 10:30, kick-off at 12:30 pm.


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