Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 College Football Top 25 Rankings: Week 2

With a Hot Start, Oregon is One of a Handful of Non-SEC Teams Challenging Alabama

With a Hot Start, Oregon is One of a Handful of Non-SEC Teams Challenging Alabama for No. 1

Week two of the college football season provided a significant shake-up in and around the top 10, after two of the SEC East’s top squads suffered defeats over the weekend. Coupled with losses by Notre Dame and Texas, the trickle-down effect gives way to quite a bit of shake-up after just two games, with plenty more to come as schedules get tougher.

Completely disagree with the way in which these teams are ordered? Believe that you’re better at ranking teams that have yet to play a game? Share your thoughts/gripes/manifestos in the comments.

Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 Top 25 (Week 2)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (1-0) (Last: 1)

2. Stanford Cardinal (1-0) (Last: 2)

3. Oregon Ducks (2-0) (Last: 3)

4. Clemson Tigers (2-0) (Last: 5)

5. Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0) (Last: 6)

6. Texas A&M Aggies (2-0) (Last: 4)

7. Louisville Cardinals (2-0) (Last: 8)

8. LSU Tigers (2-0) (Last: 14)

9. Florida State Seminoles (1-0) (Last: 10)

10. Georgia Bulldogs (1-1) (Last: 11)

11. Michigan Wolverines (2-0) (Last: 16)

12. Oklahoma State Cowboys (2-0) (Last: 13)

13. South Carolina Gamecocks (1-1) (Last: 7)

14. Miami Hurricanes (2-0) (Last: 19)

15. UCLA Bruins (1-0) (Last: 15)

16. Northwestern Wildcats (2-0) (Last: 18)

17. Oklahoma Sooners (2-0) (Last: 20)

18. Michigan State Spartans (2-0) (Last: 21)

19. Wisconsin Badgers (2-0) (Last: NR)

20. Florida Gators (1-1) (Last: 9)

21. Ole Miss Rebels (2-0) (Last: 24)

22. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1-1) (Last: 17)

23. Fresno State Bulldogs (2-0) (Last: 22)

24. TCU Horned Frogs (1-1) (Last: 22)

25. Baylor Bears (2-0) (Last: NR)

Next Five: Nebraska, Washington, Arizona State, Texas, Bowling Green

Per conference: SEC (7), Big Ten (5), Big 12 (4), Pac-12 (3), ACC (3), American (1), Independent (1), MWC (1)

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