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NFP Top 25

The latest rankings after Week 2. Dave Miller

Print This September 09, 2012, 02:00 PM EST

13. Kansas State (2-0) [16]
Dual-threat sensation Collin Klein led the Wildcats to a pounding of Miami (FL) 52-13.

Casey PachallUS PRESSWIRECasey Pachall and the Horned Frogs moved to 2-0 with a shutout victory over Grambling State.

14. TCU (1-0) [15]
Casey Pachall and Trevone Boykin combined to complete all 17 passes for TCU as the Horned Frogs beat Grambling State 56-0 in their season opener.

15. Texas (2-0) [17]
Quarterback David Ash threw for a personal-record 221 yards in the Longhorns’ 45-0 win over New Mexico.

16. Stanford (2-0) [18]
The Cardinal forced four Duke turnovers in a 50-13 on Saturday.

17. Notre Dame (2-0) [21]
Tommy Rees came off the bench to lead the game-winning drive for the Fighting Irish over Purdue.

18. Ohio State (2-0) [NR]
Braxton Miller became the first Ohio State quarterback in 34 years to rush for three touchdowns as the Buckeyes beat Central Florida 31-16.

19. Arkansas (1-1) [6]
John L. Smith’s Arkansas tenure turned ugly quickly as the Hogs fell to Louisiana-Monroe in overtime 34-31. The Razorbacks played the second half without star quarterback Tyler Wilson, who suffered a head injury after taking many big hits in the first half.

20. Michigan (1-1) [22]
Denard Robinson was back to his amazing self, rushing for 218 yards and two touchdowns while throwing for 208 and two scores as the Wolverines held off Air Force.

21. Louisville (2-0) [24]
Teddy Bridgewater completed 30 of 39 passes for a career-high 344 yards in a 35-7 win over Missouri State.

22. Georgia Tech (1-1) [23]
Six Yellow Jackets ran for touchdowns as Georgia Tech had 712 total yards in a 59-3 pounding of Presbyterian.

23. UCLA (2-0) [NR]
The Bruins rode Johnathan Franklin’s 217 rushing yards to victory as Jim L. Mora moved to 2-0 as head coach.

24. Florida (2-0) [NR]
The Gators rode Mike Gillislee’s two touchdowns and a second-half defense to victory at Texas A&M.

25. Nebraska (1-1) [19]
The Cornhuskers could not overcome a fierce Bruins pass rush and Brett Hundley’s 305 passing yards and four touchdowns in a road loss to UCLA.

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