|4||Ohio St||Ohio State||Louisville||Clemson||Ohio St.|
|7||LSU||Mississippi||Oklahoma St.||Florida State||Louisville|
|8||Stanford||Oklahoma State||LSU||Texas A&M||Stanford|
|9||South Carolina||Washington||Florida St.||Georgia||Oklahoma St.|
|10||Florida State||Louisville||Texas A&M||Oklahoma State||Texas A&M|
|11||Oklahoma State||Florida State||Michigan||Michigan||Georgia|
|14||Washington||South Carolina||South Carolina||Oklahoma||South Carolina|
|17||Arizona State||Wisconsin||Miami||Miami (FL)||Washington|
|18||Texas A&M||Northern Illinois||Washington||Florida||Oklahoma|
|20||Florida||Miami (Florida)||Notre Dame||Notre Dame||Notre Dame|
|21||Notre Dame||Florida||Arizona St.||Arizona State||Arizona St|
|25||Northern Illinois||Nebraska||Fresno St.||Texas Tech||Minnesota/Texas Tech|
UCLA was a winner on the day, demolishing Nebraska moving up in most polls, but staying down in Connor's poll holding them at 15 in the overall poll. Nebraska dropped out in every poll except Connor's as well as a result of their destruction, and with cursegate starting with Bo Pelini things are looking bleak for Nebraska to return to the top 25.
Stanford's struggles against Army cost them a spot and Arizona State jumped a few spots after their close victory over Wisconsin, who also fell as a result. In my poll I kept Wisconsin where they were, with their loss to Arizona State coming partially on a strange play with the officiating and a weird centering of the ball. The rest of the voters felt a little more harsh about it though, and Bucky and the Badgers fell to number 23.
Ole Miss ended up at 20, with several votes in the 20s but still had one vote in the top 10 that pulled them all the way up.
As a whole the rankings were mostly static though with some small shifts with Texas A&M barely falling after the loss to Alabama and Michigan's close call against Akron. Those results ended up producing some single spot moves but by and large there were no major shakeups in the poll, with the the exceptions of the moves for UCLA, Arizona State, Wisconsin, and Nebraska.
Baylor and Northern Illinois made their first appearances on the top 25, after being on the cusp for the last two weeks. TCU was knocked out and so was Nebraska as was noted above.