Oct. 30 FBS Top 25

1. Clemson (8-0) — Are people still hung up on this team's "resume"?

2. Alabama (8-0) — Game with Arkansas was over quick.

3. LSU (8-0) — Found a way to win when the offense had some issues.

4. Ohio State (8-0) — This team looks good every week

5. Penn State (7-0) — Young team getting better each week.

6. Florida (7-1) — Lets have some cocktails.

7. Oregon (7-1) — Playing about as well as anyone right now.

8. Oklahoma (7-1) — Opened the door to a lot of teams with that Kansas State loss.

9. Utah (7-1) — Tough road trip to Washington next.

10. Georgia (6-1) — Indeed, it's cocktail time.

11. Michigan (6-2) — Feels like that win counted for a lot more than just one.

12. Notre Dame (5-2) — That was ugly for the ole Irish.

13. Auburn (6-2) — Gave LSU everything it could handle and then some.

14. Wisconsin (6-2) — Just ran into the Ohio State buzzsaw.

15. Minnesota (8-0) — Yes, it's time to take this team seriously.

16. Baylor (7-0) — That win over Kansas State looks a lot better now, right?

17. Kansas State (5-2) — Moved the ball at will on an improved Oklahoma defense. 18. SMU (8-0) — Massive one at Memphis next.

19. Cincinnati (6-1) — Schedule gets a little tougher toward the back end.

20. Iowa (6-2) — Beat Wisconsin and Minnesota and you're in the Big Ten title game.

21. Wake Forest (6-1) — Still looking like Clemson's toughest test.

22. Appalachian State (7-0) — That North Carolina win looks better in retrospect. 23. Boise State (6-1) — Still hard seeing the Broncos losing a conference game.

24. Memphis (7-1) — Game with SMU is worth tuning in for.

25. Navy (6-1) — Has some solid wins, and only loss to Memphis.

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