This week's rankings are here. Oregon State shares the point lead with Stanford though claims the top spot by virtue of a better record. Alabama and Ohio State are tied for the third spot, and Notre Dame rounds out the top five. On the other end of the rankings, Akron stakes themselves to a two point advantage for the final spot.
At this point it's fun to see a visual disconnect from records and point totals...a few examples:
Highest point total for a team with no wins? Vanderbilt finds itself at 0-3 against FCS competition but at an even 0 points due to the fact that their three losses-- Georgia, South Carolina and Northwestern-- are all undefeated. Northern Illinois, USC, Nevada, Penn State and Connecticut all have three wins and are below the Commodores in the standings.
Lowest point total for a team with no losses? FCS newcomers Texas-San Antonio also find themselves at 0 points despite winning both of their games against FCS competition (and all three of their games against non-FCS competition as well-- one more win the rest of the way and the Roadrunners finish .500 or better in their first year at Division I's top level.) 1-4 Kentucky outpaces UTSA, as does 1-3 Auburn and South Florida, and 1-1 Pittsburgh as well.