An unforgettable college football Saturday resulted in some shuffling at the top of the AP Poll. Most notably, two College Football Playoff contenders switched spots.

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You have to be frustrated if you’re Oklahoma, which beat Ohio State handily last week, took care of business in Week 3…. and dropped from second to third. The frustration may be justified. But based on Clemson’s ridiculous Saturday night showing, it’s hard to argue with the Tigers vaulting to No. 2.

Simply put, Clemson is a complete team. Kelly Bryant has looked awesome taking over the spot once occupied by Deshaun Watson, who tweeted this during last night’s game:

And then there’s the defense. Oh my, that defense. Clemson held reigning Heisman winner Lamar Jackson and company to 21 points. To his credit, Jackson played pretty well. He just didn’t have much time to throw. That’s a credit to the Tigers’ overwhelming front seven, which sacked Auburn 11 times in Week 2 and put a similar amount of pressure on the Cardinals.

Oklahoma didn’t do anything to deserve to slip in the rankings. But Clemson did everything to deserve to move up. Bottom line: if both of these play like this for the rest of the season, they’ll make the College Football Playoff. Heck, they might even square off against one another. Two other top-five teams flip-flopped, as well; that would be Penn State and USC. The No. 4 Nittany Lions continue to dominate, while the No. 5 Trojans continue to make things… well, more interesting than they’d like. USC survived high-wire acts against Western Michigan and Texas. It hasn’t yet, but that could come back to bite it.

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Oklahoma’s in-state rival is singing a different tune today. That would be Oklahoma State, which balled out against Pittsburgh yesterday; the Cowboys jumped from No. 9 to No. 6 with their 59-21 throttling of Pittsburgh.

Oklahoma State doesn’t have the defense of an Alabama or a Clemson. But it has as much offensive firepower as anyone. Mason Rudolph threw for 497 yards and five scores on Saturday – and didn’t even play the whole game. James Washington, perhaps the fastest man in college football, reeled in five passes for 124 yards. Justice Hill scampered for 91 yards and two scores. Everywhere you look on the Oklahoma State offensive depth chart, there’s a stud – or maybe even two or three – at each position. Bedlam is always fun, but it could be extra meaningful this November.