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Week 2 of the 2013 college football season is in the books, and it was once again an eventful full weekend of action.

Michigan took care of Notre Dame at the Big House for the fourth straight time in Ann Arbor, Georgia notched a much-needed win over South Carolina following its loss in the opener and Texas was run over by BYU, which cost Manny Diaz his job as Longhorns defensive coordinator.

Let’s take a look at how the National Football Post stacks up the Top 25 heading into the third week of the season.

2013 record in parentheses and last week’s ranking in brackets.

1. Alabama (1-0) [1]

2. Stanford (1-0) [2]

Mark HelfrichUS PRESSWIREMark Helfrich and the Ducks rolled over Virginia on the road in Week 2.

3. Oregon (2-0) [3]

4. Ohio State (2-0) [4]

5. Clemson (2-0) [7]

6. Florida State (1-0) [8]

7. Texas A&M (2-0) [9]

8. LSU (2-0) [13]

9. Georgia (1-1) [11]

10. Louisville (2-0) [12]

11. Oklahoma (2-0) [14]

12. South Carolina (1-1) [6]

13. UCLA (1-0) [15]

14. Michigan (2-0) [19]

15. Oklahoma State (2-0) [16]

16. Florida (1-1) [10]

17. Notre Dame (1-1) [5]

18. Northwestern (2-0) [18]

19. Northern Illinois (1-0) [20]

20. Washington (1-0) [21]

21. Nebraska (2-0) [22]

22. Arizona State (1-0) [23]

23. Ole Miss (2-0) [24]

24. Miami, FL (2-0) [NR]

25. TCU (1-1) [25]

The next five: Baylor, Wisconsin, Texas Tech, Michigan State and Auburn

Dave Miller, the college football editor and writer for the National Football Post, is on Twitter @Miller_Dave.