All three schools are 3-0 so far.
Kansas State, which held down the No. 18 spot in the AP poll last week, lost their first game in the season, falling at Vanderbilt 14-7. He has been so impressive that Watson tweeted, "He will be better than me!" on Saturday night, as Bryant led No. 3 Clemson to a 47-21 road win against No. 14 Louisville. Penn State slipped ahead of Southern California for the No. 4 spot after the Nittany Lions dispatched Georgia State while the Trojans won a double-OT thriller against Texas.
In the Big 12, Oklahoma state rose three spots to No. 6 after a 59-21 victory at Pittsburgh. The Bulldogs are #17 in the AP poll and #19 in the Coaches' poll. Numbers in parentheses denote first-place votes. Oklahoma 4. Penn State 5.More news: On his birthday, PM Modi to inaugurate world's second biggest dam
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Even with FSU football dropping in both polls, the conference is still tied for the most teams in the Top 16 of both polls as the ACC has four teams (Clemson, FSU, Va. Tech and Miami, who somehow moved up) in that group to tie them with the Big Ten.
Auburn, meanwhile, looked like it had a hangover following its loss to Clemson, with four fumbles and an interception against an FCS team that resurrected its program just five years ago. Washington State 19. Louisville 20.