College Football Rankings: Ohio State Moves To No. 13 In SB Nation BlogPoll

Urban Meyer's Buckeyes moved to 2-0 on Saturday with a solid win over Central Florida, and were promptly rewarded with a one-spot jump in the latest SB Nation BlogPoll for their efforts.

At No. 13 overall, Ohio State currently checks in as the second-highest Big Ten team behind Michigan State (No. 8) in the rankings. The Buckeyes even managed to pick up one of the 94 first-place votes doled out in Week 3, and were among Alabama, LSU and USC as teams receiving at least one first-place nod by voters.

Not to be outdone by their in-state rivals, the Ohio Bobcats also made their first appearance in the BlogPoll at No. 25 this week. The Bobcats followed up a thorough domination of Penn State in Week 1 with a 51-24 thrashing of New Mexico State on Saturday, and narrowly beat out the BYU Cougars and Oregon State Beavers for the poll's final spot.

Head over to Land-Grant Holy Land for more on the Buckeyes, and check out Hustle Belt for more Ohio Bobcats coverage. Also visit SB Nation's college football hub for more news from around the country.

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