College Football Polls For Week Two Has Shake Up in Top 10
The College Football Polls were released, and after a weekend of some influencial games, there has been a shuffling of the cards in the top ten teams in the country.
Ohio State tightened their grip on the number one spot by putting on a dominating performance on the road against previous number two, and defending national champion, Texas.
Notre Dame, which dropped from number two to number four last week by escaping against Georgia Tech, was back in the number two spot after trouncing Penn State in South Bend.
Auburn, who was tied with Notre Dame last week for the number four spot, moved up to number three.
U.S.C. did not play over the weekend and apparently that was enough to drop them from number three in the polls to number four.
Number Five went to West Virginia, who was up one spot from number six.
L.S.U. jumped from eight to six, and Florida stayed put at number seven.
Texas had the biggest drop in the polls after losing to the Buckeyes, going from two to eight.
Florida State stayed at number nine after narrowly escaping a home game against Troy.
The top ten was rounded out by Georgia, who slipped into the top ten from number twelve.
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