After an impressive 51-10 win in Bloomington, Ind., against the Indiana Hoosiers, the Ohio State Buckeyes remain at No. 6 in the latest AP Poll Top 25. At the top, for another week, is Clemson. The Tigers were also on the road in Week 3, dismantling Syracuse 41-6.
The Alabama Crimson Tide are No. 2 after their road win against South Carolina. Georgia is No. 3, LSU is No. 4, and Oklahoma rounds out the Top 5.
Behind the Bucks are Notre Dame (No. 7), Auburn (No. 8), Florida (No. 9) and Utah (No. 10).
In addition to OSU, a quartet of other Big Ten programs enter Week 4 of the college football season in the Top 25. Michigan, after the bye, dropped one spot to No. 11. After surviving Pittsburgh at home, Penn State is No. 13. Wisconsin had the week off as well, and now sits at No. 13 with Penn State—both teams have 726 points in the poll. Iowa is No. 18 this week after a road win against in-state rival Iowa State; the Hawkeyes move up one spot.
For the Big Ten conference, they suffered a couple tough losses amongst ranked squads. Maryland, previously ranked No. 21, lost to Temple after two failed opportunities in the red zone late in the game. Michigan State, previously No. 18, fell at home to Arizona State after a game-tying field goal sailed left at the end of regulation. Both teams are unranked in this week’s new poll release.
Below is the full rankings for the week:
AP Top 25 (Week 4)