Here are the top 25 results for week two of the college Football season.

#25 Miami 38 - Florida Atlantic 10 -The Hurricanes celebrate their first week in the top 25 with a win. Meaning, they will get to celebrate a second week in the top 25.

#24 Oregon 44 - Virginia 26 - For the second straight week, the Ducks won but their defense allowed a very concerning amount of offense from the opponent. No big deal if the opponents were Bama or Florida State but Cal Davis and Virginia?

#23 Baylor 40 - SMU 13 -The Bears sputtered early on but finally kicked it in gear and rolled over SMU.

#22 Oklahoma State 27 - Central Michigan 30 -Those pesky MAC teams. Life is going along fine, then Central Michigan throws water on your ranking--and season.

#21 LSU 34 - Jacksonville State 13 - This game couldn't come soon enough after the Tiger's loss to Wisconsin in week one. Not only was it a home win, it was a definitive one.

#20 Texas A&M 67 - Prairie View 0 -This A&M team is rolling. Of course, next week vs. Auburn will likely be more of a test than Prairie View.

#19 Ole Miss 38 - Wofford 13 - Solid win versus the Teriors. Next up, Alabama. That means Ole Miss plays the number one and two ranked teams in a three week span.

#18 Notre Dame 39 - Nevada 10 -The Irish Smacked the Pack. Up next, Michigan State in South Bend.

#17 Tennessee 45 - Virginia Tech 24 - The largest crowd ever assembled--156,990--to watch a college football game packed Bristol Motor Speedway.

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The Vols started slow but once it got rolling, they were back to the Tennessee of late last year.

#16 Iowa 42 - Iowa State 3 -The Hawkeyes are off and running again this year at 2-0. Up next, the Bison of North Dakota State, five time consecutive NCAA Football Division One National Champions. This is a team that likely won't have the depth to stay with Iowa for a full game. However, they definitely should not be taken lightly.

#15 TCU 41 - Arkansas 38(double OT) - The knock on Bret Bielema the past three years has been his team's start too slow. They're 2-0 this year and the win over TCU is a quality one.

#14 Oklahoma 59 - Louisiana Monroe 17 -The 42 point win over ULM got the Sooners back on track after their surprising loss to Houston in week one.

#13 Louisville 62 - Syracuse 28 -Wow! What an offensive explosion for the second week in a row.

Bet they don't score 70 on Florida State, though. While I wouldn't bet on their offense scoring 70, I could be persuaded to take them with eight to win...

#11 Texas 41 - UTEP 7 -UTEP was completely out of their league.

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#10 Wisconsin 54 - Akron -See #11 above

#9 Georgia 26 - Nicholls 24 -To that group of Georgia fans who dogged Tennessee all last week--Just remember--it can happen to anybody.

At least you won the ball game, so don't try to run Kirby out of town...

#8 Washington 59 - Idaho 14 -Ugly...early.

#6 Houston 42 - Lamar 0 - Cupcakes...

#5Michigan 51 - UCF - 14 -Ditto, The Wolverines play Colorado next week.

#4 Ohio State 48 - Tulsa 3 - The Buckeyes travel to Oklahoma to play The Sooners next week. I expect Big Game Bob to have his Oklahoma team ready to play.

#3 Florida State 52 - Charleston Southern 8 -This Seminole team kind of reminds me of the 2013 group. We'll see what they got next week in Louisville.

#2 Clemson 30 - Troy 24- The Tigers held a narrow 13-10 lead going into the fourth quarter. Not at all what the fans--nor probably, Dabo Swinney and his brain trust--expected. After a tough game with Auburn opening week, this was supposed to be cupcake city. Guess Troy didn't get the script.

#1 Alabama 38 - Western Kentucky 10 -The Hilltoppers gave Alabama much more of a game than USC the previous week. While Alabama held a 17-3 lead at half, it didn't really feel that comfortable. Western Kentucky went 12-2 and won the CUSA title in 2015.

They are expected to compete for it again this year, so they are a very respectable team.

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