The 2013 NCAA football rankings for Week 3 are out and there is a lot of shuffling going on! According to an ESPN USA Today Sept. 9 poll update, Alabama is still a strong No. 1, followed by the Oregon Ducks and Clemson Tigers, who have leap frogged over the Ohio State Buckeyes to jump into the No. 3 spot this week.
It was a wild and crazy weekend in college football as five ranked teams ended up on the short end of the stick, leading to a pretty good shake up in the new AP Top 25.
Ole Miss and Miami have broken into the Top 25 and the Hurricanes have crashed the party by jumping in head first!
Miami has gone from being un-ranked to the No. 15 team in the country after shocking Florida State, while Ole Miss is currently at No. 25 after defeating Southeast Missouri State on Saturday. This is Miami's first time back in the ranking's since Nov. 14, 2010 Both teams are 2-0 on the season.
Other big moves in this week's NCAA Top 25 include Michigan jumping from No. 17 to No.11 after beating the Irish Saturday night. The loss sent Notre Dame spiraling the wrong way as the Irish fell from No. 14 to No. 21.
The positive thing for every team that lost this week - there is plenty of football left on the schedule.
Here is a look at the current Top 25.
1. Alabama (57)
2. Oregon (1)
3. Clemson (1)
4. Ohio State (1)
6. Texas A&M
10. Florida State
12. Oklahoma State
13. South Carolina
21. Notre Dame
25. Ole Miss