We are heading into Week 5 of the college football season already, but let’s take a look at what the newest AP Top 25 could look like after Week 4.
In what looked like it would be a pedestrian week of college football turned out to be an exciting one. There were some ranked battles, such as Texas A&M and Alabama, but some underrated matchups took center stage such as Old Dominion and Virginia Tech.
The former went the Crimson Tide’s way, finishing with a 45-23 win over Texas A&M, while the latter ended in one of the biggest upsets in recent memory. The Hokies expected to head to Old Dominion and come away with a convincing win, but that wasn’t the case.
Teams like Ohio State, Georgia and Clemson also impressed in the top five.
The Buckeyes had their way with Tulane and Dwayne Haskins looked like one of the top Heisman candidates in the country. He had just three incompletions to go along with five touchdowns — all in the first half.
Speaking of solid quarterback play, both Clemson and Alabama got that from young guns as Tua Tagovailoa had a huge game for the Crimson Tide and Trevor Lawrence looked to win the starting job under center for the Tigers.
There will be plenty of movement in the AP Top 25 in a week that seemed like it would be pretty cut-and-dry. Upsets and big wins have shaken things up yet again.
Here’s what the AP Top 25 could look like after Week 4.