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College Football Top-25 Polls: Week Four

A rather pedestrian weekend around college football, especially with the Utes on bye. Not the best of weeks for the Pac-12 either.

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It was a rough week for the Pac-12, if not on the scoreboard than on the injury front. Oregon took care of business, although had some struggles with Wyoming's running game. UCLA once again had a shaky performance against a bad Texas team. It didn't help that star quarterback Brett Hundley went down early in the game with an injured elbow. It has been reported that Hundley should be back later this coming week. USC laid the biggest egg of the weekend, by losing to Boston College and getting run over in the process. It will be interesting to see how the Trojans bounce back. Stanford bounced back after their loss to USC with a win over Army on the Farm. Arizona State went to Boulder and won, but they lost quarterback Taylor Kelly, and it will be interesting to see how long he will be down, because it sounds like it could be an extended period of time. If ASU is without Kelly, how do they replace their leader? All five Pac-12 teams that have been ranked all season remain in the top 25 this week.

Utah is still receiving votes in the AP Poll with two, and Arizona is also receiving a vote.

AP Coaches Sagarin
1 Florida State (37) Florida State (50) Oregon
2 Oregon (17) Alabama (1) Alabama
3 Alabama (1) Oregon (6) Oklahoma
4 Oklahoma (2) Oklahoma (4) Texas A&M
5 Auburn Auburn Auburn
6 Texas A&M (3) Baylor Georgia
7 Baylor Texas A&M Florida State
8 LSU LSU Michigan State
9 Notre Dame Notre Dame LSU
10 Ole Miss UCLA Wisconsin
11 Michigan State Michigan State Baylor
12 UCLA Ole Miss Notre Dame
13 Georgia Arizona State UCLA
14 South Carolina Georgia Kansas State
15 Arizona State Stanford Ole Miss
16 Stanford South Carolina South Carolina
17 USC Wisconsin Clemson
18 Missouri Ohio State Ohio State
19 Wisconsin Missouri USC
20 Kansas State Kansas State Stanford
21 BYU USC Florida
22 Clemson Nebraska Cincinnati
23 Ohio State BYU Oklahoma State
24 Nebraska Clemson Missouri
25 Oklahoma State North Carolina BYU
For a composite Top 25 college football ranking, visit