One week of the 2014 college football season is in the books, and already the rankings have felt a shake-up.
And we're not just talking with the ranked teams who lost, as early impressions of some of the country's top-rated teams have led our voters to change their opinions of which team is the best in the land. As a result, we no longer have a unanimous No. 1 team, as was the case in the preseason poll.
Florida State's touch-and-go 37-31 win over Oklahoma State was just one of the games that had a major impact on the Week 2 rankings. Others that had a resounding effect included Georgia's convincing win over Clemson, Alabama's shaky victory against West Virginia and LSU's comeback rally to down Wisconsin.
The Bleacher Report Top 25 is voted on by 20 members of Bleacher Report's college football team: writers Keith Arnold, Ben Axelrod, Phil Callihan, Michael Felder, Justin Ferguson, Andrew Hall, Kyle Kensing, David Kenyon, Ben Kercheval, Adam Kramer, Brian Leigh, Brian Pedersen, Barrett Sallee, Brad Shepard, Erin Sorensen, Marc Torrence and Greg Wallace, as well as editors Eric Bowman, Hunter Mandel and Max Rausch.
Each voter submits their ballots based on observations made during the just-completed week's games. Teams receive 25 points for a first-place vote, all the way down to one point for being ranked 25th, and then the top 25 vote-getters are ranked in order of their point totals.
Check out Bleacher Report's Week 2 poll, then give us your thoughts in the comments section.