Ohio State received one first-place vote and sits in second place for a second consecutive week. The Badgers opened the season at No. 10 in the Coaches poll, which marked their first preseason top-10 appearance there since 2011.
Washington and USC both started the season with wins but dropped in our rankings, a reaction to their early-game struggles with Rutgers and Western Michigan, respectively. Taking over those spots in the Top Five are No. 4 Penn State (No. 6 in preseason poll) and No. 5 Oklahoma (No. 7).
The weekend featured two other matchups between ranked teams, including a dominant performance from the No. 11 Michigan Wolverines against the offensively challenged No. 17 Florida Gators.
Michigan, which overcame a halftime deficit to post a 33-17 victory over Florida, moved to No. 8 while Wisconsin and Florida State round out the top 10.
MI is ranked No. 8 in each poll, up three spots from last week in the AP Poll and up one spot from last week in the Coaches Poll.
Oklahoma State, LSU, Auburn, Stanford, Georgia, Miami (Fla.) and Louisville were all victorious in their season openers and slot in at Nos.
Navy, coming off a 42-19 rout of Florida Atlantic, returns home on Saturday to take on American Athletic Conference West Division foe Tulane (1-0) at 3:30 PM.
Washington was the biggest upward mover of the week, climbing from No. 24 to No. 20.