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USA Today College Football Coaches Poll – Week 4

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On Sunday afternoon, the USA Today Coaches Poll for Week 3 gave us an idea of the college landscape moving forward.

The top three remain unchaned this week, with Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide sitting at No. 1 followed by the Clemson Tigers and Oklahoma Sooners. Alabama earned 59 of a possible 65 first-place votes, while the remaining six went to Clemson.

Rounding out the top five is Penn State and USC.

The biggest riser in this week’s poll is Mississippi State. The Bulldogs jumped 11 spots to No. 19 after upsetting LSU. The Tigers, meanwhile, are the biggest fallers on the week dropping 12 spots to No. 23.

Where did your favorite team land in the latest rankings?

The full USA Today Coaches Poll for Week 4 can be seen below, with first-place votes in parenthesis:

  1. Alabama (59)
  2. Clemson (6)
  3. Oklahoma
  4. Penn State
  5. USC
  6. Washington
  7. Oklahoma State
  8. Michigan
  9. Ohio State
  10. Wisconsin
  11. Florida State
  12. Georgia
  13. Virginia Tech
  14. Miami
  15. TCU
  16. Auburn
  17. USF
  18. Washington State
  19. Mississippi State
  20. Louisville
  21. Utah
  22. Florida
  23. LSU
  24. Oregon
  25. San Diego State
Schools Dropped Out

No. 18 Kansas State, No. 19 Stanford, No. 23 Tennessee.

Others Receiving Votes

West Virginia 100; Vanderbilt 92; Colorado 84; Maryland 48; Kansas State 45; Memphis 36; Notre Dame 24; Kentucky 18; California 18; Minnesota 14; Stanford 11; North Carolina State 9; Houston 9; Duke 8; Navy 7; Iowa 6; Tennessee 3; Wake Forest 2; Boise State 2; Appalachian State 2; Michigan State 2; Arkansas 1.

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CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
Josh studied journalism at Seton Hill University. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports. Josh is currently a member of the FWAA and USBWA. His work has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, FOXSports.com, CBSSports.com and many others.
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