College football rankings: Week 4, 2019

By Kevin Kelley -

College football rankings for week 4 of the 2019 season have been released. UCF moved in to the Top 15 of the AP Poll, while Virginia made the biggest jump in both rankings.

The UCF Knights defeated the Stanford Cardinal 45-27 at home on Saturday, which helped them move up two spots to No. 15 in the AP Poll. In the Coaches Poll, the Knights remained at No. 16.

After defeating the Florida State Seminoles at home 31-24, the Virginia Cavaliers moved up four spots in the AP Poll to No. 21 and jumped into the Coaches Poll at No. 22.

The top nine remain the same in both Week 4 polls. Clemson is number one, and the Tigers are followed by Alabama in second and Georgia in third. LSU is 4th in the AP Poll and 5th in the Coaches, while Oklahoma is 5th in the AP and 4th in the Coaches.

Below are the full AP Poll and FBS Coaches polls for Week 4 of the 2019 season (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 4

1. Clemson (57)
2. Alabama (5)
3. Georgia
4. LSU
5. Oklahoma
6. Ohio State
7. Notre Dame
8. Auburn
9. Florida
10. Utah
11. Michigan
12. Texas
13T. Penn State
13T. Wisconsin
15. UCF
16. Oregon
17. Texas A&M
18. Iowa
19. Washington State
20. Boise State
21. Virginia
22. Washington
23. Cal
24. Arizona State
25. TCU

Others receiving votes: Kansas State 91, Oklahoma State 51, Army 50, Michigan State 37, Memphis 26, Wake Forest 14, BYU 12, Temple 7, Iowa State 7, Mississippi State 4, Appalachian State 2, Minnesota 1.

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 18, Maryland 21, USC 24.

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 4

1. Clemson (62)
2. Alabama (3)
3. Georgia
4. Oklahoma
5. LSU
6. Ohio State
7. Notre Dame
8. Florida
9. Auburn
10. Michigan
11. Utah
12. Penn State
13. Texas
14. Wisconsin
15. Texas A&M
16. UCF
17. Oregon
18. Iowa
19. Washington State
20. Boise State
21. Washington
22. Virginia
23. Cal
24. Arizona State
25. Kansas State

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma State 100, Memphis 68, TCU 55, Michigan State 40, Wake Forest 33, Army 31, BYU 28, Kentucky 14, Appalachian State 12, Temple 7, Mississippi State 6, Minnesota 5, Duke 4, Nebraska 4, Navy 4, Tulane 3, Iowa State 3, Arizona 1, Wyoming 1, SMU 1.

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 19, Mississippi State 23, USC 24, Maryland 25.

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If you take out Clemson the ACC would be the 7th or 8th ranked conference. Clemson may be the best team in CFB but just one slip up would cost them a playoff ticket. There’s no way they jump a SEC, BIG 10 or PAC 12 team with just one loss imo