The 'Noles continue to impress.
Mizzou and Texas Tech fall from the ranks of the unbeaten.
The rankings are shaken up for a second consecutive week.
Upset City shakes up the rankings.
The Buckeyes survive a major scare in Evanston.
Nebraska may have to use Armstrong and Kellogg III against Illinois.
Georgia remains a major player in the BCS title race.
The Buckeyes QB has an intriguing skill set.
The Nittany Lions get relief because of 'continued progress toward ensuring athletics integrity.'
Not much has changed after an underwhelming weekend of games.
The Tide remain on top after avenging last year's loss to A&M.
Notre Dame, Florida and Texas among the traditional powers to fall in Week 2.
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