The Week 4 Coaches' Poll Top 25 Is Out

The Week 4 Coaches' Poll Top 25 Is Out

The Week 4 Coaches' Poll Top 25 Is Out

The Tigers themselves moved up a spot with the win, up to number 2 behind only top ranked Alabama.

OU's ranking comes after a 56-14 win in which Baker Mayfield threw for four touchdowns and the defense held Tulane's offense scoreless during the game's final three quarters.

The win helped Oklahoma State be named the No. 6 team in the AP's poll, but Oklahoma's victory in Norman didn't impress voters too much. Clemson received 15 first-place votes, with the Sooners receiving the remaining vote.

Penn State and Southern California swapped spots at Nos.

Oklahoma State rose three spots to No. 6, its best ranking since late in the 2013 season. MSU, after beating former No. 12 LSU 37-7 Saturday night, was ranked 12th in the coaches poll and No. 17 in the AP Poll. Oklahoma 4. Penn State 5. The Bulldogs are #17 in the AP poll and #19 in the Coaches' poll. MI 9. Wisconsin 10.

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TCU is the only other team out of the Big 12 among the nation's top 25 teams.

Virginia Tech at No. 13 and Miami at No. 14 round out the ACC teams in the poll.

New kids on the block: No. 19 Mississippi State, No. 24 Oregon, No. 25 San Diego State. Ohio State 11. Georgia 12.

Auburn, meanwhile, looked like it had a hangover following its loss to Clemson, with four fumbles and an interception against an FCS team that resurrected its program just five years ago.

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