Following Georgia’s 49-7 victory over Middle Tennessee State on Saturday, the Bulldogs did not move up in the poll, as it remained at No. 3 for another week. Alabama once again came in at No. 1 after it thrashed Ole Miss and Clemson still sits at No. 2 after beating Georgia Southern.
Ohio State came in at No. 4 after a 40-28 victory over TCU and Oklahoma still sits at No. 5. The big upset of the week came when formerly No. 6 Wisconsin lost at home to BYU. The Badges tumbled all the way to No. 16.
Georgia is one of three SEC teams ranked in the top 10. LSU took Auburn’s spot as the LSU Tigers moved up after a 22-21 victory. LSU is now No. 6 and Auburn is No. 11. Mississippi State comes in at No. 14, while Texas A&M is No. 22.
As for Georgia’s next opponent, the Bulldogs hit the road to take on the unbeaten Missouri Tigers. Missouri pulled out a 40-37 road win over Purdue on Saturday night. Kickoff for that game is set for noon on Saturday. The game will be played in Columbia, Mo., and will be broadcast on ESPN.
Below you can see the rest of the Coaches Poll Top 25 for week 4.
Coaches Poll Top 25 week 4
1. Alabama (3-0)
2. Clemson (3-0)
3. Georgia (3-0)
4. Ohio State (3-0)
5. Oklahoma (3-0)
6. LSU (3-0)
7. Stanford (3-0)
8. Notre Dame (3-0)
9. Penn State (3-0)
10. Virginia Tech (3-0)
11. Auburn (2-1)
12. Washington (2-1)
13. West Virginia (2-0)
14. Mississippi State (3-0)
15. Oklahoma State (3-0)
16. Wisconsin (2-1)
17. TCU (2-1)
18. UCF (2-0)
19. Oregon (3-0)
20. Miami (2-1)
21. Michigan (2-1)
22. Texas A&M (2-1)
23. Michigan State (1-1)
24. Boise State (2-1)
25. Boston College (3-0)
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