It was a huge Saturday in college football with a number of intriguing matchups on the schedule.

Some of the top teams in the country, including Alabama, Oklahoma, and Clemson, looked vulnerable, while Georgia once again looked like a legitimate national championship contender.

After all the games went final, ESPN updated its Power Football Index (FPI), and there’s a new top 25 in place heading into Week 4.

Alabama and Georgia held down the No. 1 and No. 2 slots on the list, while 5 other SEC programs also were among the top 25. Florida, which gave the Crimson Tide all it could handle Saturday is No. 7, Auburn checks in at No. 10, Texas A&M is No. 13, and Ole Miss and Arkansas are Nos. 16 and 20, respectively.

Below are the full top-25 FPI rankings:

1. Alabama
2. Georgia
3. Oklahoma
4. Ohio State
5. Clemson
6. Michigan
7. Florida
8. Oregon
9. Penn State
10. Auburn
11. Texas
12. North Carolina
13. Texas A&M
14. Iowa
15. Iowa State
16. Ole Miss
17. Michigan State
18. Cincinnati
19. Wisconsin
20. Arkansas
21. Notre Dame
22. Virginia Tech
23. NC State
24. USC
25. Pittsburgh