Last week, we were gifted with one of the better opening weekends of college football in recent memory. Sure, the games featured on Sunday and Monday weren’t all that great, but they did show us two programs in LSU and Virginia Tech that might be able to contend in the SEC and ACC respectively. In addition to that, we were graced with games that mattered, as opposed to cupcake games throughout the day. Finally, we had games like Utah State/Michigan State and Appalachian State/Penn State that weren’t supposed to be close but turned out to be classics. It was a fitting way to start the year, and I look forward to seeing what the weeks that follow will bring.

Check out the NCAAF Week 2 Power Rankings below!

1. Alabama (1-0)

2. Clemson (1-0)

3. Georgia (1-0)

4. Oklahoma (1-0)

5. Ohio State (1-0)

6. Auburn (1-0)

7. Wisconsin (1-0)

8. Notre Dame (1-0)

9. Penn State (1-0)

10. USC (1-0)

11. Stanford (1-0)

12. Michigan State (1-0)

13. Washington (0-1)

14. Virginia Tech (1-0)

15. LSU (1-0)

16. Boise State (1-0)

17. UCF (1-0)

18. West Virginia (1-0)

19. TCU (1-0)

20. Mississippi State (1-0)

21. Michigan (0-1)

22. Oklahoma State (1-0)

23. South Carolina (1-0)

24. Northwestern (1-0)

25. Miami (FL) (0-1)

Notables:

26. Oregon (1-0)

27. Utah (1-0)

28. Memphis (1-0)

29. Texas A&M (1-0)

30. Florida (1-0)

31. North Carolina State (1-0)

32. Boston College (1-0)

33. Missouri (1-0)

34. Washington State (1-0)

35. Iowa (1-0)

36. Iowa State (0-0)

37. Florida State (0-1)

38. South Florida (1-0)

39. Pittsburgh (1-0)

40. Maryland (1-0) 

Dropped From Rankings:

  • Texas (25)
  • Florida Atlantic (26)
  • San Diego State (38)
  • Kansas State (40)

That’ll do it for the NCAAF Week 2 Power Rankings. What did you think of the list this week? Where would you rank these teams? Be sure to tell me all about it in the comment section below.

Published on 9/4/18 at 2:24 AM EDT.
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Matthew "Joneszee" Jones http://www.powerrankingsandmore.com

Core Group leader at Ball State Chi Alpha. I currently do PRAM on the side for fun.

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