The AP Poll and Coaches Poll have released their week four Top 25 rankings. Alabama’s loss to Ole Miss caused a shake up at the top of the rankings. Ohio State leads the way in both polls which is the only common ground between the two polls in the top ten. TCU moved up to second in the Coaches Poll and dropped to fourth from third in the AP Poll after struggling with SMU. Baylor had a bye this weekend and have to be pleased to see that they moved back to fourth in the Coaches Poll and remained in fifth in the AP Poll
Oklahoma moved up to 14th in the Coaches Poll and 15th in the AP Poll after dispatching Tulsa at home on Saturday. Oklahoma State destroyed UT San Antonio 69-14 on Saturday and were rewarded by moving up from 25th in both polls to 22nd in the Coaches Poll and 24th in the AP Poll.
Kansas State and West Virginia still remain on the outside looking in, and after a nice win over Arkansas, Texas Tech received votes in both polls.
Week 4 Rank
|1||Ohio State||Ohio State|
|20||Georgia Tech||Georgia Tech|
Others Receiving Votes In The Coaches Poll
West Virginia 75, Brigham Young 74, Miami (Fla.) 58, Tennessee 49, Kansas State 47, Mississippi State 46, Texas Tech 36, Arizona State 31, Florida 24, California 20, North Carolina State 15, Temple 15, Iowa 13, Memphis 8, Boise State 8, Minnesota 6, Houston 4, Virginia Tech 4, Northern Illinois 3, Toledo 2, Boston College 1
Others Receiving Votes In The AP Poll
Mississippi St. 52, West Virginia 48, Tennessee 45, California 38, Toledo 36, Arizona St. 25, Houston 22, Auburn 20, Temple 20, Texas Tech 20, Boise St. 17, Miami 13, Iowa 10, Kansas St. 8, Florida 7, NC State 5, Minnesota 4, Virginia Tech 4, Memphis 1