Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 College Football Top 25 Rankings: Week 4

Alabama Stays at Number One This Week, After Outlasting a Tough Texas A&M Squad

Alabama Stays at Number One This Week, After Outlasting a Tough Texas A&M Squad

No enormous shake-ups this week in a mostly lackluster slate of games. And even the country’s most competitive contest (‘Bama/A&M) still tells us very little about which of those teams is truly “better.” If anything, most of the movement after week 3 happened near the bottom or completely outside of the polls, which is where you’ll see the most shifting around.

Completely disagree with the way in which these teams are ordered? Believe that you’re better at ranking teams that have yet to play a game? Share your thoughts/gripes/manifestos in the comments.

Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 Top 25 (Week 4)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (2-0) (Last: 1)

2. Oregon Ducks (3-0) (Last: 3)

3. Stanford Cardinal (2-0) (Last: 2)

4. Clemson Tigers (2-0) (Last: 4)

5. Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) (Last: 5)

6. LSU Tigers (3-0) (Last: 8)

7. Louisville Cardinals (3-0) (Last: 7)

8. Florida State Seminoles (2-0) (Last: 9)

9. Georgia Bulldogs (1-1) (Last: 10)

10. Texas A&M Aggies (2-1) (Last: 6)

11. Oklahoma State Cowboys (3-0) (Last: 12)

12. Michigan Wolverines (3-0) (Last: 11)

13. South Carolina Gamecocks (2-1) (Last: 13)

14. Miami Hurricanes (2-0) (Last: 14)

15. UCLA Bruins (2-0) (Last: 15)

16. Northwestern Wildcats (3-0) (Last: 16)

17. Oklahoma Sooners (3-0) (Last: 17)

18. Michigan State Spartans (3-0) (Last: 18)

19. Ole Miss Rebels (3-0) (Last: 21)

20. Florida Gators (1-1) (Last: 20)

21. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2-1) (Last: 22)

22. Fresno State Bulldogs (2-0) (Last: 23)

23. Baylor Bears (2-0) (Last: 25)

24. Washington Huskies (2-0) (Last: NR)

25. Texas Tech Red Raiders (3-0) (Last: NR)

Next Five: Central Florida, Arizona State, Northern Illinois, Georgia Tech, Arizona

Per conference: SEC (7), Big Ten (4), Big 12 (4), Pac-12 (4), ACC (3), American (1), Independent (1), MWC (1)

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