Week two proved to be another great week of college football. With a couple of ranked teams going down, and even more winning by margins much smaller than expected, there were a number of significant shake ups across the board.

The largest gains this week were seen by Oklahoma, who jumped 8 spots, and Wisconsin which gained 7. Surprisingly, there is only one SEC ranked in the top 10, although the powerhouse football conference has by far the most school ranked in the top 25 overall with 8. The Big Ten and ACC have the most schools in the top 10 with three apiece.

If the college football playoff was held today, using our Hypeline rankings, Alabama would be facing off against Michigan and Ohio State would be going up against Florida State in the semi finals.

With all these changes already coming only two weeks into the season, there is certainly more to come!

  1. Alabama (10)
  2. Florida State
  3. Ohio State (1)
  4. Michigan
  5. Clemson
  6. Houston
  7. Stanford
  8. Washington
  9. Wisconsin
  10. Louisville
  11. Michigan State
  12. Texas
  13. Iowa
  14. Oklahoma
  15. Tennessee
  16. Texas A&M
  17. Georgia
  18. Notre Dame
  19. Ole Miss
  20. Oregon
  21. Baylor
  22. LSU
  23. Florida
  24. Arkansas
  25. Miami (FL)

Others receiving votes: TCU, Nebraska, Arizona State, Central Michigan

The contributors on this weeks panel were: Jake Leahy, Mason Clark, Tex Fischer, Devin Bilski, Dyllan Ogurkis, Bailey Corwine, Miguel Granda, Jonathan Narramore, Adam Sabes, Stephen Rowe and Nick Castle.

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Jake Leahy is a Staff Writer for Hypeline News, frequent contributor on 560 the Answer in Chicago, and a student at Deerfield High School (IL). Follow him on Twitter @jakealeahy.


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