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The Week 4 AP Poll Top 25 Has Been Released

A screenshot of the AP Week 4 Poll.

The third weekend of college football was an entertaining one, with several results greatly affecting the polls. A few minutes ago, the newest Associated Press Top 25 was released.

There was one interesting change in the top five, with Georgia leapfrogging Clemson to move to No. 2. Just after that, LSU moved up from No. 12 to No. 6 after toppling Auburn.

Wisconsin, meanwhile, took a major tumble, falling from No. 6 to No. 18 after losing. BYU, the team that topped the Badgers, is one of three new teams in the poll, along with Boston College and Texas A&M.

Here is the full Top 25:

1

Alabama (58) SEC Record: 3-0

PV Rank 1 Points 1,521

2

Georgia SEC Record: 3-0

3 1,416

3

Clemson (3) ACC Record: 3-0

2 1,405

4

Ohio State Big Ten Record: 3-0

4 1,357

5

Oklahoma Big 12 Record: 3-0

5 1,283

6

LSU SEC Record: 3-0

12 1,241

7

Stanford Pac-12 Record: 3-0

9 1,055

8

Notre Dame Division I FBS Independents Record: 3-0

8 1,034

9

Auburn SEC Record: 2-1

7 958

10

Washington Pac-12 Record: 2-1

10 947

10

Penn State Big Ten Record: 3-0

11 947

12

West Virginia Big 12 Record: 2-0

14 841

13

Virginia Tech ACC Record: 2-0

13 816

14

Mississippi State SEC Record: 3-0

16 790

15

Oklahoma State Big 12 Record: 3-0

24 587

16

UCF The American Record: 2-0

18 556

17

TCU Big 12 Record: 2-1

15 502

18

Wisconsin Big Ten Record: 2-1

6 486

19

Michigan Big Ten Record: 2-1

19 448

20

Oregon Pac-12 Record: 3-0

20 399

21

Miami (FL) ACC Record: 2-1

21 362

22

Texas A&M SEC Record: 2-1

- 193

23

Boston College ACC Record: 3-0

- 130

24

Michigan State Big Ten Record: 1-1

25 86

25

Brigham Young Division I FBS Independents Record: 2-1

- 75

The new Coaches’ Poll is also out. You can check that out here.

The first College Football Playoff rankings won’t be released for a while, but you can see ESPN’s current playoff predictions here.