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Week 4 Polls

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 18 South Carolina at Georgia Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

This Week’s Polls

AP Poll

1. Alabama

2. Georgia

3. Oregon

4. Oklahoma

5. Iowa

6. Penn State

7. Texas A&M

8. Cincinnati

9. Clemson

10. Ohio State

11. Florida

12. Notre Dame

13. Ole Miss

14. Iowa State

15. BYU

16. Arkansas

17. Coastal Carolina

18. Wisconsin

19. Michigan

20. Michigan State

21. North Carolina

22. Fresno State

23. Auburn

24. UCLA

25. Kansas State

Coaches Poll

1. Alabama

2. Georgia

3. Oklahoma

4. Oregon

5. Texas A&M

6. Iowa

7. Clemson

8. Penn State

9. Cincinnati

10. Notre Dame

11. Florida

12. Ohio State

13. Ole Miss

14. Iowa State

15. Wisconsin

16. BYU

17. Coastal Carolina

18. Arkansas

19. Michigan

20. North Carolina

21. Michigan State

22. Oklahoma State

23. Auburn

24. UCLA

25. Fresno State

Georgia Overview

The Dawgs took care of business in their SEC opener, defeating the South Carolina Gamecocks 40-13. The defense did it’s thing, shutting down the Gamecock offense, while the offense saw quarterback JT Daniels throw for over 300 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Georgia remained at number #2 in the polls, picking up three first place votes.

This week, the Dawgs travel to Nashville to take on Vanderbilt.


Fell Out: #15 Virginia Tech, #19 Arizona State, #24 Miami

Newcomers: #20 Michigan State, #22 Fresno State, #25 Kansas State


#20 Michigan State. Former UGA defensive coordinator Mel Tucker has righted the ship in East Lansing, directing the Spartans to a 3-0 start after their latest win against Miami. However, the Hurricanes likely are not as good as we thought they were before the season, and Sparty still must play Penn State, Ohio State, and Michigan. While their hot start could continue, Michigan State will likely fade away come season’s end.


#13 Ole Miss. The Rebels put up 61 against a Tulane team that took #4 Oklahoma to the wire. Quarterback Matt Coral is now firmly in the Heisman picture as a co-favorite with Alabama’s Bryce Young, and the Rebels have two weeks to prepare for their next game against the Crimson Tide. Even if they fall to Bama, Ole Miss could very well finish second in the SEC West.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#12 Notre Dame at #18 Wisconsin

#7 Texas A&M at #16 Arkansas

Upset Alert

Virginia Tech did not give me a winner as a road dog against West Virginia.

This week, I am taking Mississippi State as a -3 ½ home underdog against LSU.