College Football Rankings: Top 25 Score, Week Two Timeline

We are in the second week of the college football season. Alabama #1 beat Texas 20-19 in a thriller. Other notable matches include No. 17 Pete versus No. 24 in Tennessee and No. 20 Kentucky for No. 12 in Florida.

Check out the latest top 25 rankings below, along with TV info.

College Football Rankings: Top 25 Score, Week Two Timeline

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Saturday 10 September

Lopresti: The score seems rather certain, given that the Rainbow Warriors are 0-2 with a combined score of 112-27, and they haven’t won on the road against a current Big Ten member since 1955. But what’s going on with the Michigan quarterback?

Lopresti: Nothing says big 12 soccer like a trip to Provo, right? Well, it will happen soon. This will be the Cougars’ opportunity to show the future league – and the team they are expected to win this season – that they belong.

Lopresti: This chain often depends on the shape of the ball. Florida beat Kentucky 33 in its last 35 football games (but not last season). The Wildcats are 107-41 of all time against the Gators in basketball. But this is not February.

AP Top 25 Rankings: Week 2

Rank

The school

points

Previous

1 Alabama (54) 1,566 2
2 Ohio State (6) 1,506 6
3 Georgia (3) 1,455 1
4 Clemson 1,292 14
5 Notre Dame 1,242 8
6 Texas A&M 1,212 NR
7 Utah 1,209 12
8 Michigan 1,203 3
9 Oklahoma 956 10
10 Baylor 884 5
11 Oregon 831 22
12 Oklahoma 814 7
13 North Carolina 752 20
14 Southern California 711 NR
15th Michigan State 631 9
16 Miami, Florida) 476 NR
17 a house 383 13
18 Wisconsin 365 NR
19 Arkansas 348 21
20 Kentucky 332 18
21 Ole Miss 324 11
22 Wake Forest 303 15th
23 Cincinnati 265 4
24 Houston 263 17
25 BYU 234 19

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