ESPN CFB analyst Aaron Murray reveals his top 10 following Week 3

After two incredible weeks of the college football season, Week 3 gave fans a bit of a breather.

That’s not to say there was no excitement on Saturday — it’s college football … there’s always excitement.

With another week in the books, we have a firm idea who the top three teams in America are. Beyond the top-three, there’s plenty to debate. Are Kentucky and Arkansas legit?

Can Clemson, USC, Oklahoma and Michigan do enough to give any team a tough time in the College Football Playoff?

Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, now a college football analyst with ESPN, provided me with his own personal rankings of the top 10 teams following Week 3.

Murray’s rankings, plus each team’s national title odds (courtesy of BetMGM), following Week 3:

10. Kentucky Wildcats Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Youngstown State, 31-0 National championship odds: +10,000

9. Oklahoma State Cowboys Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 63-7 National championship odds: +10,000

8. Arkansas Razorbacks Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Missouri State, 38-27 (Razorbacks Wire) National championship odds: +20,000

7. Michigan Wolverines Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat UConn, 59-0 (Wolverines Wire) National championship odds: +2,500

6. Clemson Tigers Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Louisiana Tech, 48-20 (Clemson Wire) National championship odds: +1,000

5. USC Trojans Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Fresno State, 45-17 (Trojans Wire) National championship odds: +1,200

4. Oklahoma Sooners Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Nebraska, 49-14 (Sooners Wire) National championship odds: +4,000

3. Alabama Crimson Tide Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat UL-Monroe, 63-7 (Roll Tide Wire) National championship odds: +200

2. Ohio State Buckeyes Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat Toledo, 77-21 (Buckeyes Wire) National championship odds: +300

1. Georgia Bulldogs Record: 3-0 Week 3 result: Beat South Carolina, 48-7 National championship odds: +175

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