No. 1 Oklahoma, No. 4 Boise State and No. 7 Texas A&M were off this weekend, so their status is, um, quo (?).
And, with the exception of relatively close calls for the schools sitting at Nos. 10-12 in the rankings — Nebraska, Virginia Tech and South Carolina, respectively — the rest of the top dozen or so teams cruised with relative ease, so there was very little shakeup loss-wise among the top teams in the country.
In fact, the highest-ranked team to lose, No. 16 Mississippi State, was also the only ranked team to suffer a loss to an unranked team this weekend (No. 21 Missouri lost to unranked Arizona State Friday). The only other ranked team to lose was No. 23 Penn State, which was easily dispatched by No. 3 Alabama.
So, with very little change expected at the top to middle of the polls, who you got after Week 2? Who’s your No. 1 team at this very early juncture of the season?
Please, feel free to let your votes be heard below. And allow your voices in the comments section to do the same.