Here is a question one should ask after this week, who is the real #1 team in the nation?
Alabama fully dominated their contest against Ole Miss; meanwhile, Clemson squeaked out a victory against North Carolina. Despite both teams being undefeated, Clemson's performances may have many debating whether or not they should stay at the top.
Here is what we learned in Week 5:
DeVonta Smith not only produced the most yards by a receiver in a game this season, he
broke Alabama's single-game record for touchdown receptions.
After their worst performance in Jim Harbough era last week, Michigan went back to their
dominant ways against Rutgers.
Jalen Hurts continues to showcase to the nation, why he is one of the top overall players, and why he and his Oklahoma Sooners should be taken very seriously.
To Northwestern's credit, their defense made life difficult for Jonathan Taylor and Wisconsin's offense. The Badgers would eventually find kinks in the Wildcats' armour and pull out a hard-fought win.
Virginia Tech's blowout loss to Duke, was as embarrassing as their loss to Old Dominion last season.
College Football's leading rusher, Chuba Hubbard, set the standard for running backs this
season with 296 yards in their victory against the undefeated Kansas State Wildcats.
If the playoffs were to start today, every team should be fearful of Ohio State.
Minnesota's Rashod Bateman could be the best receiver in the nation, that few people are
After beating the undefeated California Bears, Arizona State has become a team that the nation should take seriously.
The Kyle Trask era in Florida continues to produce winning results.
SMU was not ranked prior to their game against South Florida. After their performance Saturday, that is likely to change.
Wisconsin transfer quarterback Alex Hornibrook, led his Florida State team to their
second-straight win against NC State.
Notre Dame's defense accounted for eight sacks, four turnovers and a touchdown, to carry them past Virginia.
Week 5 Honor Roll
Jalen Hurts - Quarterback (Oklahoma) CeeDee Lamb - Wide Receiver (Oklahoma)
Travis Whillock - Linebacker (Northwestern) Chuba Hubbard - Running back (Ok State)
Quentin Harris - Quarterback (Duke) Tua Tagovailoa - Quarterback (Alabama)
Devonta Smith - Wide Receiver (Alabama) Julian Okwara - Edge rusher (Notre Dame)
Tanner Morgan - Quarterback (Minnesota) Khalid Kareem - Defensive line (Notre Dame)
Rashod Bateman - Wide Receiver (Minnesota) Jaret Patterson - Running back (Buffalo)
Henry Segura - Defensive Back (Charlotte) J.K. Dobbins - Running back (Ohio State)
Ke'Shawn Vaughn - Running back (Vanderbilt) Tylan Wallace - Wide Receiver(OkState)
Bo Nix - Quarterback (Auburn) Cole McDonald - Quarterback (Hawaii)
Tyler Huntley- Quarterback (Utah) Xavier Jones - Running back (SMU)