Lots of losses this weekend, but you should expect that in November. Some teams are beat up, some teams (like Texas) are just plain beat.
The Big 12 South turned into an unidentifiable soup this weekend, didn't it? You should have expected Texas to lose to Kansas State (although not that badly), Oklahoma State's offense remains unstoppable as long as Justin Blackmon isn't caught driving after drinking, and somehow someone let Texas A&M back into the mix. Maybe that's because the Big 12 South sucks?
TCU destroyed Utah, which I don't find all that shocking because I was never sold on Utah in the first place. Still, if you're a Top Ten team you should try to resemble one. Unfortunately, the TCU win sets up another TCU - Boise State BCS bowl, and if that happens again, there should be a riot.
You look at the top four, and then things drop quickly. Why is Wisconsin ranked fifth? Why Stanford at sixth? Simply because there's no one else that deserves to be put there. Oh, and Stanford did beat the snot out of a pretty decent Arizona team.
Other than that, I'm not sure what to make of the rest of it. There are so many inconsistencies. Some call it parity. I call it lazy. Exhibit A - Missouri's loss to Texas Tech. I don't care if it's at Lubbock. If you want to be considered a really good team you win that game.