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mjccrimson’s College Football Rankings: Week 2

Honestly? Everyone played horribly.

Also, this doesn’t mean anything for the first five games.

Forgive me, I didn’t keep last week’s rankings,

so I can’t reference where I had the opponents last week.

But I had Texas at #4, so… there you go.

Next week, I’ll keep the previous rankings in mind for opponents.

Lol, James Madison is in my Top 25.

1) Penn St (2-0) (200/100)

beat Ohio 46-10.

2) Alabama (2-0) (196/98)

beat Texas 20-19.

3) Tennessee (2-0) (196/98)

beat Pittsburgh 34-27 in overtime.

4) Mississippi St (2-0) (188/94)

beat Arizona 39-17

5) Duke (2-0) (178/89)

beat Northwestern 31-23

6) Syracuse (2-0) (178/89)

beat UConn 48-14

7) Kentucky (2-0) (174/87)

beat Florida 26-16

8) Michigan St (2-0) (174/87)

beat Akron 52-0

9) Michigan (2-0) (170/85)

beat Hawaii 56-10

10) Ohio St (2-0) (164/82)

beat Arkansas St 45-12

11) Arkansas (2-0) (161/80.5)

beat South Carolina 44-30

12) BYU (2-0) (155/77.5)

beat Baylor 26-20

13) Oklahoma (2-0) (142/71)

beat Kent St 33-3

14) USC (2-0) (138/69)

beat Stanford 41-28

15) Maryland (2-0) (136/68)

beat Charlotte 56-21

16) Oklahoma St (2-0) (131/65.5)

beat Arizona St 34-17

17) Liberty (2-0) (129/64.6)

beat UAB 21-14

18) Oregon St (2-0) (120/60)

beat Fresno St 35-32

19) James Madison (2-0) (113/56.5)

beat Norfolk St 63-7

20) Minnesota (2-0) (110/55)

beat Western Illinois 62-10

21) Tulane (2-0) (104/52)

beat Alcorn St 52-0

22) Kansas St (2-0) (102/51)

beat Missouri 40-12

23) Georgia (2-0) (99/49.5)

beat Samford 33-0

24) Texas Tech (2-0) (96/48)

beat Houston 33-30

25) Ole Miss (2-0) (94/47)

beat Central Arkansas 59-3

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