CFB Week in Review: Week 4

My picks: I went 1-3 last week and 2 and 1 this week for a season total of 3-4. I was in my upset special for a second week in a row. Michigan Quarterback Denard Robinson looked absolutely atrocious, accounting for five turnovers (4 of them coming in the first half). To round out my picks, I was correct in predicting Florida State to beat Clemson and Oregon to beat Arizona.

Trending… Up: Oregon, Florida State, Kansas State;  Down: Michigan, Boise State,

Week 4: AP Top 25 (Updated Sunday 9/23):

RK TEAM

RECORD

PTS

1 Alabama (59)

4-0

1499

2 Oregon

4-0

1414

3 LSU (1)

4-0

1346

4 Florida State

4-0

1340

5 Georgia

4-0

1245

6 South Carolina

4-0

1147

7 Kansas State

4-0

1067

8 Stanford

3-0

1055

9 West Virginia

3-0

1045

10 Notre Dame

4-0

1003

11 Florida

4-0

864

12 Texas

3-0

856

13 USC

3-1

801

14 Ohio State

4-0

633

15 TCU

3-0

616

16 Oklahoma

2-1

611

17 Clemson

3-1

588

18 Oregon State

2-0

451

19 Louisville

4-0

414

20 Michigan State

3-1

348

21 Mississippi State

4-0

246

22 Nebraska

3-1

179

23 Rutgers

4-0

128

24 Boise State

2-1

114

25 Baylor

3-0

92

The biggest movement in the rankings is probably Kansas State shooting up from #15 to #7 after knocking off Oklahoma. I agree with #2 Oregon swapping spots with #3 LSU. LSU looked somewhat unimpressive against Auburn this week while Oregon completely dominated a (#22 ranked last week) Arizona. Florida State remains at #4, but sure looks like the real deal after they beat a very good Clemson team in an offensive shootout, which will prove to be a key divisional match-up in the ACC. Notre only moves up one spot from #11 to #10, thought it is hard to tell how much of their 13 to  6 win was the fact was Michigan’s offensive struggles. Consequently, Michigan falls out of the top 25 after its lowly showing against the Irish in South Bend.

My Conference Power Rankings:

1.        SEC (6 teams in top-25, 4 in top 10 )

2.       Big 12 (6 teams in top-25, 2 in top 10)

3.       Pac-12 (4 teams in top-25, 2 in top 10)

4.       ACC (2 teams in the top 25, 1 in top 10)

5.       Big 10 (3 teams in top 25, 0 in top 10)

6.       Big East (2 teams in the top 25, 0 in top 10)

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