What college football’s Week 2 top-25 scores mean, updated all Saturday

We didn’t learn a whole lot about college football’s best teams in Week 1, and Week 2’s not gonna be the most important Saturday of 2018 either.

But! As always, we’ll keep track of each current top-25 game from the College Football Playoff committee’s most likely December perspective. This means judging each team’s win not by how it looks right now, but by how it’s most likely to look by the end. If this is too convoluted for you, well, at least the final scores will be here.

Remember the things the committee has mostly demonstrated it rewards: wins over final top-25 teams, wins over bowl teams, road wins, dominant wins, weirdly excusable losses, being Alabama, and not being a mid-major. It does not care what your opponent’s AP ranking was at kickoff.

All times p.m. ET. All rankings AP, for now. Final scores in italics.

Games in which the winning team will likely have a pretty high-quality Week 2 pelt by season’s end. It just so happens all these teams are also currently AP-ranked.

  • No. 10 Stanford (1-0) vs. No. 17 USC (1-0), 8:30, Fox: I don’t really know why the Pac-12 likes to have this game early every year, ensuring one of its few national programs picks up a September loss, but the committee doesn’t

    Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2018/9/6/17826864/ncaa-football-rankings-week-2-results-scores

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