Week 3 of college football saw more awesome action as is typically the case every week, but this week had more implications on the national championship race and I think you which game we’re talking about.
For starters, Alabama took care of business on the road in a hostile environment against Texas A&M, so the Crimson Tide still holds the top spot in our rankings. But you might be surprised at where the Aggies ended up after their first loss of the season, especially considering the way the SEC re-shifted among the top 10.
There were two teams from weaker conferences that have impressed virtually everyone except our voters because they were shafted in the rankings despite the Heisman-caliber play of their brilliant young quarterbacks. Yet somehow, some way, Teddy Bridgewater and Louisville have gotten just as little love as Jameis Winston and Florida State.
Finally, the Pac-12 got some major love in an emotional way, so it was evident our voters took a liking to the teams playing out West. Put simply, Oregon, Stanford and UCLA turned heads in Week 3. For all the details, be sure to see our official Week 4 top 25 rankings on the college football page at Rant Sports dot com.