The good news: AP voters and coaches agree on which five teams should rank between Nos. 25 and 21.
The bad news: They don't agree on anything else.
UCF started the wild weekend that was, beating Louisville on Friday night and setting the tone for an upset-filled Saturday. AP voters rewarded them with a No. 21 ranking while coaches barely slipped them into the rankings.
Interestingly enough, despite the identical record and win at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, neither poll ranked UCF ahead of the team it just beat.
Elsewhere, AP voters think Wisconsin is the second-best Big Ten team, with Michigan and Nebraska placing third and fourth behind it. But coaches flip that on its head, ranking Nebraska second-best with Michigan and Wisconsin third and fourth behind it.
Despite Wisconsin having two losses to Michigan and Nebraska's one apiece, most people with eyes would likely agree that the Badgers have looked better.
Also, Northern Illinois—which is undefeated—still doesn't get nearly enough respect. This late in the season, having zero losses should warrant a top-20 ranking.