With the computer's #1, #2, #3, #5, #7, #8, and #9 teams all winning in easy fashion, you might not think there would be a lot of changes, but indeed there are. This is mostly due to who those wins were over and some impressive wins by teams outside the computer's top-10.
Alabama is the new #1 in large part due to their 38-10 drubbing of Florida, but also due to prior opponent Arkansas pulling the upset over Texas A&M, and other of their and Florida's prior opponents playing well. This was enough to move them ahead of LSU who not only had a weak opponent but had prior opponent Mississippi State lose by more than expected keeping them at about the same rating. But the huge move in the top-10 is Wisconsin also jumping ahead of LSU with an enormous +10.5 ratings points jump after they manhandled Nebraska.
Boise State moves up a spot at Oregon's expense, but they and the rest of the top-10 are well back of the top-3 which are very close. Stanford got dinged a bit by playing a weak UCLA squad and Oklahoma did their best to impress against Ball State, but playing a weak opponent is not the way to make a big move in the computer's eyes.
Another big mover joining the top-10 is Clemson. With wins in consecutive weeks over the now #23, #27, and #36 teams, they are easily the highest ranked ACC team.
The top-25 is below, the full rankings on the web-site.
|4||Boise St||89.054||4-0||72.031||+1, +2.233|
|8||Oklahoma St||85.494||4-0||71.114||-2, -1.281|
|11||Notre Dame||81.087||3-2||75.345||+4, +1.572|
|12||Texas A&M||80.788||2-2||71.627||-1, -1.328|
|19||Georgia Tech||77.928||5-0||61.482||-1, -0.461|
|20||Arizona St||77.665||4-1||64.622||-6, -2.355|
|21||West Virginia||77.358||4-1||65.808||+5, +2.552|
|23||Florida St||76.930||2-2||63.062||+7, +2.832|
|24||South Florida||76.417||4-1||64.906||-14, -6.001|
|25||South Carolina||76.106||4-1||68.593||-8, -2.702|