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NCAA College Football Top 25 - Week 4

Rick Gagliano | Through games of September 26, 2015

RANK TEAM RECORD
1. Ohio State 4-0
2. TCU 4-0
3. Michigan State 4-0
4. Baylor 3-0
5. Clemson 3-0
6. Georgia 4-0
7. UCLA 4-0
8. Ole Miss 4-0
9. Notre Dame 4-0
10. Florida State 3-0
11. Texas A&M 4-0
12. Oklahoma 3-0
13. Utah 4-0
14. Alabama 3-1
15. LSU 3-0
16. Northwestern 4-0
17. Florida 4-0
18. Oklahoma State 4-0
19. Iowa 4-0
20. West Virginia 3-0
21. Miami (FL) 3-0
22. Wisconsin 3-1
23. Arizona 3-1
24. Kentucky 3-1
25. Memphis 4-0

--- Week 4 Notes below ---


Week 4 Notes:

SEC, PAC-12 Highlight Week 4 Results

Five teams in the Downtown Magazine Top 25 sustained losses in week four, with the SEC and PAC-12 conferences each losing two games. #22 Georgia Tech, from the ACC, was the other team which lost, dropping a 34-20 decision at Duke, after losing to Notre Dame, 30-22, a week earlier. With two early season losses, the Yellow Jackets dropped out of the rankings, as did Oregon and Auburn, both 2-2.

The biggest game of the week had to be Utah's slaughter of the Oregon Ducks, whipping the Ducks on their home pond, 62-20. Utah, #19 last week, moves up six places to #13 in the current rankings and is making a serious bid to be a top 10 team.

Auburn, potentially the greatest disappointment of the season, lost for the second straight week, losing at home to Mississippi State, 17-9. The Tigers have an 0-2 record in the SEC.

Missouri was dumped at Kentucky, 21-13, the Wildcats returning to the Top 25 after a one-week absence at #24, while the Tigers drop out, both teams 3-1.

UCLA's 56-30 romp at Arizona sent the Wildcats reeling from #16 in week three to #23 in week four. With none of the top 12 teams losing, UCLA remains at #7, eyeing a visit by Arizona State on October 3.

The Big Ten got more representation in this week's rankings. Iowa moved into a strong position at #19 with a 4-0 mark, their latest exploit a 62-16 mauling of North Texas.

Wisconsin earned a spot, at #22, winning three straight after an opening week loss to Alabama. In those three games, the Badgers have outscored their opponents by a cumulative score of 114-3. The Badgers host the Iowa Hawkeyes this coming Saturday, October 3.

TCU, remaining at #2, survived a scare at Texas Tech, the Red Raiders losing a 55-52 shootout. #3 Michigan State had few problems defeating Central Michigan, 30-10. #1 Ohio State continues to do nothing wrong, last week defeating Western Michigan, 38-12.

#8 Ole Miss improved to 4-0 with a 27-16 win over Vanderbilt. #9 Notre Dame hammered UMass,, 62-27, but has a trip to #5 Clemson next up. The 3-0 Tigers - along with #10 Florida State - were idle in week 4.

#4 Baylor ran all over Rice, winning, 70-17. #6 Georgia ripped Southern U., 48-6.

Copyright 2015, 2016, Rick Gagliano, Downtown Magazine. All rights reserved. Downtown Magazine is located in the Uinted States of America and is not affiliated with the National Football League or the NCAA. For more information, contact us here. Use of this site is for entertainment purposes only.

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