Four Florida teams in AP Top 25 poll; Alabama firmly on top

Auburn v Clemson

Auburn v Clemson

Meanwhile, Clemson has been ranked in the top five for 28 consecutive polls, the longest active streak.

Week 3 helped make up for that dearth of surprises.

Oklahoma fell one spot to No. 3 in the latest Associated Press poll.

Not at the top, however. Clemson has a strong case for No. 1, as it has been one of the nation's most complete teams, and the win over Louisville puts it in the driver's seat in the ACC race.

What did voters get right and what decisions will leave you scratching your head?

- No. 17 Mississippi State made the biggest move among the newcomers, entering the rankings for the first time this season at No. 17.

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Clemson's big win sent them to the consensus No. 2 spot in both polls while the Seminoles found themselves dropping one spot each in both polls despite watching all the action from home. The Bulldogs bashed LSU 37-7 in Starkville.

- No. 23 Utah and No. 24 OR are both off to 3-0 starts.

Florida moves up to No. 20 after defeating Tennessee and USF moves up to No. 21 after beating IL.

- Kansas State, which lost 14-7 at Vanderbilt. The Horned Frogs beat SMU 56-36.

- No. 25 LSU dropped 13 spots, barely holding on to a spot in the rankings.

Ohio State still has the best chances of any Big Ten team, despite a Week 2 loss to Oklahoma. Penn State's odds went up slightly following a dismantling of Georgia State.

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