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Week Four Top 25 Rankings | A Big Ten Takeover!

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Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

For years now the SEC has reigned supreme claiming seven consecutive national championships. However, in the final year of the BCS era, the Florida State Seminoles bucked the trend downing the Auburn Tigers raising the crystal ball. Moving into the College Football Playoff era, the "Mighty SEC" continued to find themselves falling short of the national championship.

Urban Meyer coached an unlikely Ohio State Buckeyes squad hoisting the first ever College Playoff Trophy. The performance provided the program with a boost in recruiting as tOSU held down the top spot heading into the 2015 season. After three weeks of play, it's officially a Big Ten takeover as Michigan State joins the Buckeyes at the top of the AP Poll.

AP Coaches Massey
1 Ohio State (42) Ohio State (61) Ohio State
2 Michigan State (7) TCU Alabama
3 TCU (tie) Michigan State (3) Georgia
4 Ole Miss (tie) (11) Baylor Ole Miss
5 Baylor Ole Miss Michigan State
6 Notre Dame Georgia TCU
7 Georgia Florida State Baylor
8 LSU (1) Notre Dame Florida State
9 UCLA LSU UCLA
10 Florida State Clemson LSU
11 Clemson UCLA Notre Dame
12 Alabama Alabama Georgia Tech
13 Oregon Oregon Clemson
14 Texas A&M Oklahoma Oklahoma
15 Oklahoma Texas A&M Texas A&M
16 Arizona Arizona Oregon
17 Northwestern Utah USC
18 Utah USC Stanford
19 USC Northwestern Arizona
20 Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Utah
21 Stanford Wisconsin Wisconsin
22 Wisconsin Oklahoma State Northwestern
23 BYU Missouri Kansas State
24 Oklahoma State Stanford BYU
25 Missouri Auburn West Virginia


Looking at the beloved Oklahoma Sooners here at CCM, Bob Stoops and company move up one spot while the Texas A&M Aggies leap frog their former conference foe in the AP Poll. In the Coaches Poll, OU took a three spot jump to find themselves ranked No. 14 in the nation thanks to losses from USC, Georgia Tech, and Auburn.