Georgia, Oklahoma and LSU are found at No. 4, 5 and 6 respectively. Directly behind LSU is Texas at No. 7. The Longhorns and LSU play each other this Saturday.Up to this point, there’s nothing too shocking in Brando’s ranking. But teams ranked No. 8, 9 and 10 have college football fans scratching their heads.Nebraska, ranked 25th in the AP poll after a unimpressive 35-21 win over South Alabama, is eighth in Brando’s poll. Washington is found at No. 9 (No. 14 in AP poll).Finally, UCF comes in at No. 10. The Knights are ranked 18th in the AP poll.Notice any omissions? Ohio State, Auburn and Notre Dame are the three teams in the AP top 10 who failed to make Brando’s ranking. The Fox Sports commentator lists the Buckeyes, Tigers and Utah as teams who just missed the cut outside his top 10.After week #1 of play this is my Top 10: pic.twitter.com/QFWi6XV2gB— Tim Brando (@TimBrando) September 3, 2019What are your thoughts? Is Brando’s ranking more accurate than the AP poll? WASHINGTON D.C. – JANUARY 06: Sportscaster Tim Brando with Fox Sports looks on during a college basketball game between the Georgetown Hoyas and the Marquette Golden Eagles at the Verizon Center on January 6, 2015 in Washington D.C. The Hoyas won 65-59. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)The Associated Press and the Coaches’ Poll released their new college football top 25s on Tuesday afternoon.There are few surprises regarding the respective polls. Clemson and Alabama held firm in the top two spots at No. 1 and No. 2, respectively. Auburn joined the top 10 after defeating Oregon in comeback fashion.After the poll’s release, Fox Sports commentator Tim Brando released his own top 10 poll. There’s plenty of surprising selections in his, however.Like the AP, Brando has Clemson and Alabama as the top two teams in the nation. Then, Brando lists Michigan at No. 3 compared to No. 7 in the AP poll.