It was a relatively tame week by college football’s standards, but there were a few changes in the latest AP Poll nonetheless.

The full rankings:

RANK SCHOOL POINTS RECORD PREVIOUS RANKING
1 Alabama (54) 1517 2-0 1
2 Clemson (6) 1430 2-0 2
3 Georgia 1407 2-0 3
4 Ohio State 1288 2-0 4
5 Oklahoma 1263 2-0 6
6 Wisconsin 1227 2-0 5
7 Auburn 1224 2-0 7
8 Notre Dame 1022 2-0 8
9 Stanford 992 2-0 10
10 Washington 884 2-0 9
11 Penn State 836 2-0 13
12 LSU 830 2-0 11
13 Virginia Tech 794 2-0 12
14 West Virginia 793 2-0 14
15 TCU 678 2-0 16
16 Mississippi State 654 2-0 18
17 Boise State 500 2-0 20
18 UCF 494 2-0 19
19 Michigan 385 1-1 21
20 Oregon 301 2-0 23
21 Miami (FL) 299 1-1 22
22 Southern California 250 1-1 17
23 Arizona State 139 2-0 NR
24 Oklahoma State 119 2-0 NR
25 Michigan State 104 1-1 15

The top 10 teams are all the same, though a few schools flip-flopped. Stanford moved up one spot to No. 9 after dominating USC, and the Cardinal’s defense looks as stout as ever. It’s fair to be skeptical about the Pac-12 after what we saw last year, but Stanford and Washington both look legitimate in 2018.

Oklahoma, meanwhile, jumped a spot to No. 5 after blowing out UCLA by almost 30 points. The Kyler Murray era is off to a fantastic start in Norman.