Believe it or not, we're officially a quarter of the way through the college football regular season. And with it, we're starting to get a feel for who is legitimate, who is a fraud and what it all means in the big picture of the college football season.
And after three weeks, here is your updated AP Top 25:
6. Penn State
7. Texas A&M
10. Ohio State
12. Notre Dame
13. Ole Miss
14. Iowa State
20. Michigan State
22. Fresno State
25. Kansas State
Among the big risers, well, there are a few from the SEC.
Ole Miss is up four spots all the way to No. 13 - this after Matt Corral had seven total touchdowns on Saturday. SEVEN (five rushing, two passing). Arkansas is also up four spots from No. 20 to No. 16, heading into their showdown with Texas A&M this weekend. The biggest jumps however came from BYU, which is up eight full spots to No. 15, while Michigan is up six spots after making their debut last week.
There are also three new teams to the poll completely. Michigan State makes the biggest leap in to the polls - at No. 20 overall, following a bludgeoning of Miami, that has left many wondering what Manny Diaz's future is in Coral Gables. Meanwhile, shout out to Fresno State that is in, following a stunning win at UCLA, when Kansas State entering at No. 25 as well.
With Michigan State, Fresno State and Kansas State in, Virginia Tech, Arizona State and Miami all drop out.
So who is for real and who isn't? We're going to continue to find out - with a pair of Top 25 matchups, as Notre Dame plays Wisconsin in Chicago, and Arkansas takes on Texas A&M at Jerry World.
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