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2014 college football rankings, Week 3: B1G gets dumped

After a bloodbath of a weekend for the Big Ten, the highest ranked team comes in at no. 13.

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Here are the week 2 rankings from the AP, USA Today Coaches', and Sagarin ratings:

AP Coaches Sagarin
1 Florida State (38) Florida State (51) Oregon
2 Oregon (16) Alabama (1) Georgia
3 Alabama (1) Oklahoma (3) Oklahoma
4 Oklahoma (2) Oregon (6) Texas A&M
5 Auburn Auburn Auburn
6 Georgia (1) Georgia (1) LSU
7 Texas A&M (2) Baylor Florida
8 Baylor Texas A&M Alabama
9 USC LSU Notre Dame
11 Notre Dame Notre Dame Michigan State
12 UCLA UCLA Ohio State
13 Michigan State Michigan State USC
14 Ole Miss Arizona State Wisconsin
15 Stanford Ole Miss Virginia Tech
16 Arizona State Stanford BYU
17 Virginia Tech Wisconsin Florida State
18 Wisconsin Ohio State Ole Miss
19 Kansas State Virginia Tech Arizona
20 Missouri Kansas State Baylor
21 Louisville Nebraska TCU
22 Ohio State Missouri UCF
23 Clemson South Carolina Stanford
24 South Carolina Clemson Kansas State
25 BYU North Carolina Louisville

Rutgers picked up two votes in the USA Today Coaches' poll for a total of four. I wouldn't be surprised if voters just looked at the final score and read a quick recap of the game, considering it was against an FCS opponent on local BTN coverage. Around the B1G, the entire conference gets shutout of the top ten after the shellacking yesterday. In the human polls, Michigan State leads all schools at #13, followed by Wisconsin. Interestingly enough, the Coaches' Poll has Ohio State ahead of Nebraska, while the AP poll excludes them altogether. I know the Huskers struggled against McNeese State, but J.T. Barrett is not an FBS quarterback. I'd still have Nebraska as the third best team in the B1G.