NFP Top 25

Taking a look at how the rankings stack up after Week 1. Dave Miller

Print This September 04, 2012, 04:00 PM EST

13. Wisconsin (1-0) [13]
The Badgers were successful in the debut of new starting quarterback Danny O'Brien.

14. Florida State (1-0) [14]
Even with the loss of star end Brandon Jenkins, the Seminoles will be nasty on defense.

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15. TCU (0-0) [15]
The Horned Frogs open up their season at home against Grambling State on Saturday.

16. Kansas State (1-0) [17]
The Wildcats scored 42 unanswered points in their win over Missouri State in the opener.

17. Texas (1-0) [18]
Running backs Joe Bergeron and Malcolm Brown both rushed for more than 100 yards and combined for three touchdowns in an opening win over Wyoming.

18. Stanford (1-0) [19]
Not only does new starting quarterback Josh Nunes need to improve, but the Cardinal defense wasn't as physical and stout as it has been in the past.

19. Nebraska (1-0) [21]
If "T-Magic" continues his impressive passing numbers, the rest of the Big Ten should watch out for the Cornhuskers.

20. Oklahoma State (1-0) [22]
Another season, another prolific offense for the Pokes.

21. Notre Dame (1-0) [25]
The Fighting Irish won easily overseas, but a dangerous Purdue team awaits them Saturday in South Bend.

22. Michigan (0-1) [16]
The Wolverines were thoroughly dominated by Alabama on a neutral site. However, Brady Hoke's team remains one of the better Big Ten squads.

23. Georgia Tech (0-1) [20]
Al Groh's defense had one of its best showings yet, but the Yellow Jackets couldn't put Virginia Tech away on Monday night.

24. Louisville (1-0) [NR]
Jeremy Wright rushed for three touchdowns as the Cardinals took care of business against in-state rival Kentucky.

25. Utah (1-0) [NR]
The Utes never let Northern Colorado cross midfield, holding the Bears to only 114 total yards on 50 plays.

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