And now things get interesting. The cupcakes are done, we start to see which teams put up the same numbers against real competition. The Big Ten was almost universally terrible, but still hasn't reached the level of awful of the Big East, while the Pac 12 probably had the most impressive conference showing so far, followed by the Big 12 and SEC. Begrudgingly, I'll admit Notre Dame has made their way back onto the radar, however don't bother to start waking the echoes just yet. Find the ballot after the jump and remember, questions, corrections, suggestions and objections are always welcome.
Florida State eventually showed up against Clemson, but they blew to doors off the Tigers once they did, that may have been the last hurdle on the Seminole's schedule. Kansas State rolled into Norman and won where very few visiting teams can manage to pick up the victory. Oregon State proved the Wisconsin game wasn't a fluke, though going forward they won't have two weeks to prepare for every game on their schedule. Yes, I know, Minnesota and Rutgers probably shouldn't be ranked, still 4-0 is 4-0, and Georgia is most likely still slotted too low for now. Have a persuasive argument for anyone else, have it at. Games of note this week include: Baylor at West Virginia, Oregon State at Arizona, Texas at Oklahoma State, Ohio State at Michigan State and simply for witnessing the most hideous college uniforms ever created, Miami at Notre Dame.
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