After Midnight Following Week 3 1. Oklahoma State- Heisman hopeful Clint Chelf has led the Cowboys to a 3-0 start, winning a key user game on the road vs. Oregon. 2. West Virginia- With a solid defense, WVU has been able to win low-scoring games against Oklahoma and Washington. 3. Stanford- Rebounded from their Texas loss by shutting out SMU. How much does that mean? We'll find out week 6, when they face Washington. 4. UCLA- It's tough to put them this high, after almost losing to Nevada and knowing who their head coach is, but they won a game on the blue field. 5. Arizona- Arizona's defense has won them 3 games as Arizona leans on Heisman hopeful Ka'Deem Carey. Winning at Texas was huge last week. TCU comes into town this week, followed by 2 bye weeks. 6. TCU- TCU is 2-0. They've beaten North Texas and a somewhat decent Texas Tech team. We'll know more about them after they play at Arizona. 7. Texas- Texas sits at 2-1 after winning at Stanford and following it up with a loss at home vs. Arizona. They won't have much competition over the next few weeks. 8. Washington- Washington beat South Carolina handily in week 1 but looked pretty bad at WVU. They'll look to rebound vs. USC but the O-Line will need to make some adjustments. 9. Oregon- The fans were not happy at home, when Oregon lost to OK State in a good game. There's a bye week this week, so the uneasiness of post-Chip Kelly Oregon will linger around. 10. Cal- Some gave up on Cal after their blowout loss at OK State, but they rebounded with a huge upset vs. Ohio St. It's tough to say where this team will end up with a tough schedule coming up. 11. SMU- It looked bad for the ponies last week, getting shut out by Stanford. Luckily, they are 1-1 and have a legitimate shot at upsetting UCLA this week. They had 110 total yards against Stanford. 12. Boise State- They barely escaped Fresno and only scored 9 points vs. Recchem, giving them the 12 spot.