Here's our stab at a Football Bowl Subdivision top 25:
1. Alabama (7-0) — And now we wait on Tua's diagnosis.
2. Ohio State (7-0) — Teams keep hanging around, but it takes a lot more to actually beat the Buckeyes.
3. Clemson (6-0) — Still not totally convinced this team is as good as it is hyped up to be.
4. Notre Dame (6-0) — Not every game is going to be easy.
5. LSU (6-1) — The best win of the Ed Orgeron era.
6. Michigan (6-1) — Wolverines made that look way easier than it should be.
7. Texas (6-1) — Trip to Stillwater will be tougher than a lot of people realize.
8. Oklahoma (5-1) — Get the feeling this team will bounce back in a big way against Texas.
9. Georgia (6-1) — The ease with which LSU ran the ball has to be the most concerning to Kirby Smart.
10. Florida (6-1) — Dan Mullen already making better adjustments than his predecessor did.
11. Central Florida (6-0) — November will be interesting. Until then, hit the snooze bar.
12. Oregon (5-1) — Beating Washington made up for the Stanford fiasco.
13. Texas A&M (5-2) — Resume stacks up better than its rankings elsewhere.
14. West Virginia (5-1) — Iowa State is a decent team, but that's the type of game the Mountaineers need to win to be taken seriously.
15. Penn State (4-2) — Still feel this team has good things in front of it.
16. Washington (5-2) — Just a crushing way to go down.
17. Kentucky (5-1) — Might feel a little better about its chances to win the SEC East now.
18. Mississippi State (4-2) — Crushed LSU last year, and has a chance to dampen the Tigers' spirits again.
19. NC State (5-0) — If the Wolfpack win at Clemson, then you've got something here.
20. Wisconsin (4-2) — Just couldn't compete.
21. Iowa (5-1) — Toughest portion of the schedule still on its way.
22. Michigan State (4-2) — Few coaches produce consistent results like Mark Dantonio.
23. South Florida (6-0) — Quality win on the road.
24. Cincinnati (6-0) — Temple will be a better challenge than we would have thought a few weeks ago.
25. Washington State (5-1) — Pac-12 North feels a little more wide open now.