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Penn State Sits At No. 10 In Latest AP Top 25 Rankings; Ohio State Drops

Photo by Penn State Athletics: Jaquan Brisker

Following the completion of Week 2 of the college football season, the latest AP Top 25 rankings has been released and there’s plenty of movement within the Top 10.

The biggest development on Saturday was previous No. 3 ranked Ohio State losing at home to No. 12 Oregon. The other big riser in the polls was Iowa, who defeated previous No. 9 Iowa State.

In this weeks rankings, the Big Ten Conference has five teams ranked.

AP TOP 25 RANKINGS
1) Alabama (2-0)
2) Georgia   (2-0)
3) Oklahoma   (2-0)
4) Oregon   (2-0)
5) Iowa     (2-0)
6) Clemson   (1-1)
7) Texas A&M  (2-0)
8) Cincinnati   (2-0)
9) Ohio State   (1-1)
10) Penn State  (2-0)
11) Florida   (2-0)
12) Notre Dame  (2-0)
13) UCLA  (2-0)
14) Iowa State  (1-1)
15) Virginia Tech   (2-0)
16) Coastal Carolina  (2-0)
17) Ole Miss  (2-0)
18) Wisconsin  (1-1)
19) Arizona State (2-0)
20) Arkansas (2-0)
21) North Carolina (1-1)
22) Auburn  (2-0)
23) BYU  (2-0)
24) Miami, Fla.  (1-1)
25) Michigan  (2-0)

Received Votes: Central Florida (111), TCU (103), Liberty (52), Michigan State (44), USC (39), Indiana (34) LSU (31), Kansas State (30), Nevada (28), Oklahoma State (27), Texas (23), Maryland (14), Pitt (13)

SEC TEAMS (7) –  Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M, Florida, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Auburn

BIG 10 TEAMS (5)- Iowa, Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan

ACC TEAMS (4)– Clemson, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Miami (Fla)

BIG 12 TEAMS (2)- Oklahoma, Iowa State

PAC 12 TEAMS (3)– Oregon, Arizona State, UCLA

TOP FIVE GAMES OF THE WEEK
Michigan State at No. 24 Miami (Fla.)
No. 15 Virginia Tech at West Virginia
No. 1 Alabama at No. 11 Florida
No. 22 Auburn at No. 10 Penn State
No. 19 Arizona State at No. 23 BYU

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