J3C College Football Top 25 (after week five)

Just a bit delayed due to personal matters, but not completely absent, let’s take a quick trip back through the weekend and see who got shuffled.

Alabama and Ohio State did what you should with overmatched opponents, and then things got considerably more interesting in several places … Clemson regains some luster & takes a good bit of new car shine away from Louisville … Michigan beats a previously resurgent Wisconsin … Stanford either crapped the bed royally OR got taken to the woodshed by a team that’s simply better than them right now, time will reveal which is more the case …Tennessee got their biggest miracle in nearly two decades, leaving me to wonder if there’s a four-legged rabbit left in the entire Volunteer state … Michigan State, San Diego State, Arizona State all joined Stanford in the soiled bed linens department

So while teams are well into their preparations for either extending their momentum or laundering their bedding, let’s re-rack the JonsThreeCents College Football Top 25 after week five. (previous week J3C ranking follows their name)

1. Alabama (1)
2. Ohio State (2)
3. Michigan (3)
4. Clemson (4)
5. Washington (10)
6. Houston (7)
7. Texas A&M (8)
8. Louisville (5)
9. Miami (14)
10. Nebraska (13)
11. Tennessee (15)
12. Ole Miss (16)
13. Baylor (12)
14. Wisconsin (9)
15. Stanford (6)
16. Arkansas (18)
17. Oklahoma (20)
18. North Carolina (Un)
19. Boise State (Un)
20. Florida (Un)
21. Colorado (Un)
22. West Virginia (25)
23. Florida State (11)
24. TCU (19)
25. UCLA (Un)

Dropped: Michigan State (17),  San Diego State (21), Utah (22), Arizona State (23), Georgia (24)

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