Travel got in the way of week two's rankings and I was a little unsure of adding these.
Next week the rankings will definitely be here.
Things are still very fluid so don't lose your mind.
As always, this is a power ranking, not a predictor, not based on some contextless 'so and so is 3-0, so and so is 2-1, 3-0>2-1' nonsense.
- Ohio State---Taking care of business. Quarterback is king in college football and the Buckeyes probably have the best one out there.
- USC---Injury-riddled but still find ways to dominate.
- Florida---Hopefully their early play isn't a mirage, like last year.
- Auburn---Winning even with two average games from Kenny Irons.
- Texas---Now completely under the radar.
- Louisville---Impressive what they've done despite the injuries to Bush and now Brohm.
- Michigan---Please, please don't burn me here.
- West Virginia---Hard to tell much against such mismatched foes, but it's a testament to the program that they do away with these teams instead of giving us reason to doubt them.
- Notre Dame---They'll be back
- LSU---The pieces are there, the offensive fortitude isn't.
- Georgia---I'm still in wait and see mode with this team.
- Oregon---Scrappy on defense, dominant on offense.
- Oklahoma---Got jobbed last week. Peterson is the engine that makes that team run.
- Clemson---I could put any of ten or so teams here, but at least they put Florida State away.
- TCU---It isn't fancy, but the Horned Frogs usually get it done. The small-school version of say, Georgia.
Iowa, Tennessee, Boston College, California