College Football: Updated Rankings after Week 2

2015 College Football- Updated Rankings after Week 2After two weeks of College Football and a couple of upsets and big wins from different schools, the National Rankings are going to see some important changes in the Top 25, so much so that the top 4 list might look a little different this week. Per head services will see some shifts of the prospect teams that might be going into the Playoffs.

The top stories of College Football and in per head services, are the rise of Michigan State and the big drop that Auburn is having. For the most part it is business as usual in College Football with Ohio State still holding on to the top spot in the rankings, and the top teams still fighting within the top rankings to keep climbing up the ladder up to the top spots.

The Auburn Tigers are in trouble. As part of College Football’s elite, they have look considerably shaky in their two showings so far. What’s worse is that they are not expected to make many improvements for week 3. Even though they won their game against a considerable inferior team like Jacksonville State, they did not look like a team that was expected to contend for the National Championship. Per head services saw how Auburn took a big drop of 12 spots to end up in the 18th position. And the way to the top 4 seems almost impossible to climb. They have one thing in their favor, though, they have not lost a game yet. It remains to be seen how the Tigers are going to bounce back.

On the other hand of the spectrum, The Michigan State Spartans managed to climb up to the number 4 position in the National College Football rankings after a hard fought win against the Oregon Ducks. Even though this win only made them climb one spot, it is the coveted fourth and final position of the top 4, and it will be a tightly contested position from here to the end of the season, as several powerful football programs will want to reach the National Playoffs. Price Per head sport betting trends are not expecting Michigan State to keep the 4th spot for long, but if the Spartans keep showing more of the tenacious fighting spirit they had against the Ducks, they just might be able to keep that top spot. Who knows? Maybe they can even move on up the ladder.