Texas A&M took advantage of USC's demise and slid into 1st-place in the Congrove Computer Rankings released Sunday afternoon. The Trojans slid to 4th after the 42-28 loss to Stanford.
Oklahoma moved into 2nd, and Alabama replaced Iowa State at No. 3. The Cyclones tumbled to 15th as a result of their 27-17 loss to Iowa while the Hawkeyes rose from 7th to 5th.
The top 3 spots are extremely tight with the Aggies holding a mere 0.11-point ranking edge over Oklahoma, and 0.80 over Alabama.
Oregon moved up from 9th to 6th after downing Ohio State 35-28. Thus-far, the polls have seemingly over-rated the Buckeyes - at least in comparison to the computer which dropped them from No. 21 to No. 43.
Rounding out the new top ten are Oklahoma State, TCU, Indiana and UCLA.
See the latest CCR Top 130.