The first week of college football didn't provide any major upsets, but it did answer some lingering offseason questions everyone had about the upcoming season.
The Crimson Tide showed the entire country why they could be the first consensus back-to-back national champions since Nebraska did it in 1994 and '95 by demolishing Michigan 41-14 on Saturday night.
The Trojans also showed why B/R voters ranked them atop the preseason poll with a 49-10 dismantling of Hawaii. Trojan quarterback, and Heisman-hopeful Matt Barkley picked apart the Warriors defense with 372 yards and four touchdowns.
The Oregon Ducks didn't let losing its starting quarterback and running back slow them down by putting up 50 points in the first half against Arkansas State.
Now, the only question is whether the decisive victory by Alabama was enough to take over the top spot.
Read on to find out!
UPDATE: Alabama has taken the No. 1 spot from USC in the latest AP poll. Full AP Poll can be found here.