Oklahoma are down 12 spots in the AP Top 25 after losing to Kansas State on Saturday night.
The Sooners moved from 6th to 18th after losing at home in Week 4. Kansas State entered the unranked game and is now ranked 25th in Sunday’s poll.
The top five teams were unchanged in Week 4. Georgia remained in first place after defeating Kent State, Alabama remained in second place after defeating Vanderbilt, and Ohio State retained its third-place finish after defeating Wisconsin.
Michigan remained in 4th place, beating Maryland at home by seven points, while Clemson remained in 5th place with a big road win over Wake Forest in overtime. Demon Deacons dropped just one position to 22nd place.
USC moved up to 6th place from Oklahoma after holding out in Oregon late Saturday night. The Trojans won on several key losses as the offense had the worst play of Lincoln Riley’s tenure.
Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Carolina round out the top ten. Tennessee moved up three spots to 8th after defeating Florida for just the second time in 18 seasons.
While Kansas State is ranked 25th in the poll, the Wildcats’ rivals in the state are outside the top 25. Kansas is the best team to receive the top 25 votes after going 4-0 with a home win over Duke. on Saturday.
The state of Florida is also back in the AP poll after dismantling Boston College on Saturday night. The Seminoles are in 23rd place after an undefeated start.
Top 25 AP
3. Ohio State
9. Oklahoma State
10. State of North Carolina
11. Penn State
14. Be a miss
17. Texas A&M
22. Wake Forest
23. State of Florida
25. Kansas State