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Ohio State drops to No. 10 in latest AP Poll

Despite a win over Army, the Buckeyes dropped two spots in this week’s rankings.

NCAA Football: Army at Ohio State Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

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

Rank Coaches AP
Rank Coaches AP
1 Alabama Alabama
2 Clemson Clemson
3 Oklahoma Oklahoma
4 Penn State Penn State
5 USC USC
6 Washington Oklahoma State
7 Oklahoma State Washington
8 Michigan Michigan
9 Ohio State Wisconsin
10 Wisconsin Ohio State
11 Florida State Georgia
12 Georgia FSU
13 Virginia Tech Virginia Tech
14 Miami Miami (FL)
15 Texas Christian Auburn
16 Auburn TCU
17 South Florida Mississippi State
18 Washington State Washington State
19 Mississippi State Louisville
20 Louisville Florida
21 Utah USF
22 Florida San Diego State
23 LSU Utah
24 Oregon Oregon
25 San Diego State LSU