Believe it or not, we're officially a third of the way through the college football season - that's right, four weeks in, with most teams having completed one-third of their regular season games.
We're starting to really find out who's good, who isn't - and who might be looking for a new head coach in a few weeks.
And with it, we got a new AP Poll on Sunday - here is how the voters see the college football landscape right now:
4. Penn State
9. Notre Dame
11. Ohio State
12. Ole Miss
15. Texas A&M
16. Coastal Carolina
17. Michigan State
18. Fresno State
19. Oklahoma State
23. NC State
24. Wake Forest
There are a couple of interesting things here.
First off, shout out to the Arkansas Razorbacks, who jumped from No. 16 to No. 8 - the biggest jump of any team this week. Michigan, which went from No. 19 to No. 14 - more based on teams losing ahead of them, than actually playing well Saturday -, with Fresno State moving up four spots and Michigan State three spots.
Also, there are four new teams in the new poll - with Oklahoma State joining for the first time following their win over Kansas State, and Baylor entering after beating Iowa State. NC State is of course in following a victory over Clemson, with Wake Forest joining for the first time this year as well.
Finally, there are the tumblers, and there were a few this week.
Clemson went from No. 10 to No. 25 - the fact that they're ranked at all shows that frankly, people just haven't been paying attention to the Tigers this season. Also, Texas A&M fell from the Top 10 to No. 15, and if we're being honest, probably shouldn't even be that high.
Iowa State fell out of the Top 25 after a second loss in three weeks, with Kansas State, Wisconsin and North Carolina falling out as well.
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