Michigan, after surviving Army in overtime, will probably slide a few slots. Meanwhile, the aforementioned Terrapins will likely slide into the poll.Here’s what we think the top 25 will look like on Monday afternoon:ClemsonAlabamaGeorgiaOklahomaOhio StateLSUNotre DameAuburnFloridaMichiganUtahTexasPenn StateWashington (plays Cal tonight)OregonTexas A&MWisconsinUCFMichigan StateIowaWashington StateMarylandStanford (plays USC tonight)Boise StateIowa StateCollege football fans – do we have it right? ARLINGTON, TEXAS – AUGUST 31: Bo Nix #10 of the Auburn Tigers throws the ball against the Oregon Ducks during the Advocare Classic at AT&T Stadium on August 31, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Week two of the 2019 college football season will wrap up in just a few hours. Let’s go ahead and predict what we think we’ll see in the AP Poll on Monday afternoon.Clemson, the No. 1 team in the country, faced a stiff test from No. 12 Texas A&M on Saturday, but passed. The Tigers, at home, prevailed, 24-10, behind a few big plays from Trevor Lawrence and a stingy defense.The other big game of the week featured No. 6 LSU vs. No. 9 Texas in Austin. The Tigers, behind an all-time performance from quarterback Joe Burrow, scored a huge road win.Two ranked teams lost to unranked opponents. No. 21 Syracuse was routed by Maryland, 63-20. No. 25 Nebraska, meanwhile, blew a big lead against Colorado and fell in overtime, 34-31.