Sept. 24 FBS Top 25

1. Clemson (4-0) — Ho-hum.

2. Alabama (4-0) — Just put Tua in the NFL right now.

3. LSU (4-0) — Put the over/under on the Utah State game in a couple weeks at about 90.

4. Georgia (4-0) — A quality effort on both sides of the ball against Notre Dame.

5. Ohio State (4-0) — Wonder when this team actually faces adversity.

6. Oklahoma (3-0) — Can we just fast-forward to the Red River Whatever They Call It Now already?

7. Texas (3-1) — See above.

8. Notre Dame (2-1) — Not dropping this team for losing the way it did to Georgia on the road.

9. Wisconsin (3-0) — For anyone paying attention, this weekend wasn't too much of a shock.

10. Auburn (4-0) — Did not expect the Tigers to win that one.

11. Oregon (3-1) — Good to have a bye week before Cal game. 12. Penn State (3-0) — That Pitt win looks even better now.

13. Iowa (3-0) — Michigan game in a couple weeks should be interesting.

14. Florida (4-0) — Winning real ugly right now.

15. Cal (4-0) — Nice win on the road against Mississippi. 16. Washington (3-1) — Crushed BYU in Provo in a quality performance.

17. Boise State (4-0) — Hard to envision the Broncos losing a regular season game. 18. Virginia (4-0) — Due for a big jump if the Cavs can beat Notre Dame in South Bend.

19. Central Florida (3-1) — Tough loss to a Pitt team that always seems to pull at least one upset.

20. Texas A&M (2-2) — Disappointing loss at home. 21. Kansas State (3-0) — Gets an Oklahoma State team smarting off its Texas loss. 22. USC (3-1) — This team isn't exactly consistent, but still dangerous.

23. Utah (3-1) — Don't bury this team just yet.

24. Arizona State (3-1) — Ditto.

25. Wake Forest (4-0) — Demon Deacons come to Chestnut Hill this week as maybe the main challenger to Clemson in the ACC Atlantic.

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