The Ohio State Buckeyes are back on track after a win over Army Saturday night, but that didn’t keep them from slipping to No. 10 in the latest AP Poll. It’ll take more than a win over an unranked opponent to show that the J.T. Barrett-led offense and secondary woes are a thing of the past, but the offense played their most efficient game since 2014 and that’s a good start.
Penn State inched closer to the top spot, still leading the Big Ten now at No. 4, and Michigan keeps their lead over the Buckeyes with a win over Air Force. Wisconsin jumped ahead of Ohio State, snagging the No. 9 spot, with the Buckeyes rounding out the top 10 and top Big Ten teams.
There were several other big shake-ups in this weeks Coaches and AP Polls, below.
College Football Rankings: Week 4
|4||Penn State||Penn State|
|13||Virginia Tech||Virginia Tech|
|17||South Florida||Mississippi State|
|18||Washington State||Washington State|
|22||Florida||San Diego State|
|25||San Diego State||LSU|