Week 1 of the college football season has officially come and gone with the final games concluding on Monday night.
Some teams, like Alabama and Michigan, flexed their muscle, while others, like Washington and Florida, left much to be desired. That being said, it’s only one week and there is certainly a lot that can and will change as the season goes along.
With the Associated Press College Football Top 25 rankings set to be revealed at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, we thought it would be fun to take a stab at what they could look like. How far did Florida State drop after not only losing to Alabama but also losing their starting quarterback? Was Michigan’s dominant performance against Florida enough to vault them into the Top 10?
Chances are we will not get this 100% correct, but it sure is fun to predict what we think will happen!
Here we go.
- Alabama (1-0) – defeated Florida State
- Ohio State (1-0) – defeated Indiana
- USC (1-0) – defeated Western Michigan
- Clemson (1-0) – defeated Kent State
- Penn State (1-0) – defeated Akron
- Oklahoma (1-0) – defeated UTEP
- Oklahoma St. (1-0) – defeated Tulsa
- Michigan (1-0) – defeated Florida
- Auburn (1-0) – defeated Georgia Southern
- Washington (1-0) – defeated Rutgers
- Wisconsin (1-0) – defeated Utah State
- LSU (1-0) – defeated BYU
- Florida State (0-1) – lost to Alabama
- Stanford (1-0) – defeated Rice
- Louisville (1-0) – defeated Purdue
- Georgia (1-0) – defeated Appalachian State
- Virginia Tech (1-0) – defeated West Virginia
- Miami (1-0) – defeated Bethune-Cookman
- South Florida (2-0) – defeated Stony Brook
- Kansas State (1-0) – defeated Central Arkansas
- Washington State (1-0) – defeated Montana
- Notre Dame (1-0) – defeated Temple
- Colorado (1-0) – defeated Colorado State
- Utah (1-0) – defeated North Dakota
- Florida (0-1) – Lost to Michigan
Nation, what do you think about these rankings? Who is too high? Too low? Is there a team that should be ranked?