AP College Football Top 25, Week 4: Hokies Plummet Out Of Rankings

The Virginia Tech Hokies have fallen from No. 13 to unranked in the Week 4 AP college football Top 25 after their shocking loss to the Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday.

With the Hokies dropping out, there are now two ACC teams in the poll. Florida State checks in at No. 4, while Clemson is at No. 10.

Alabama remains at the top, with LSU moving up to second after USC's loss to Stanford. The Trojans fell to No. 13, while the Cardinal rose 12 spots to No. 9.

The Hokies are now 2-1 on the season and will try to move back into the polls when they face Bowling Green at noon ET on Saturday at home in Lane Stadium.

Here's this week's entire AP Poll top 25:

Rank Team Points
1 Alabama (58) 1,498
2 LSU (2) 1,433
3 Oregon 1,356
4 Florida State 1,275
5 Georgia 1,203
6 Oklahoma 1,181
7 South Carolina 1,081
8 West Virginia 1,051
9 Stanford 1,009
10 Clemson 899
11 Notre Dame 854
12 Texas 816
13 USC 776
14 Florida 743
15 Kansas State 683
16 Ohio State 680
17 TCU 535
18 Michigan 448
19 UCLA 429
20 Louisville 366
21 Michigan State 318
22 Arizona 296
23 Mississippi State 106
24 Boise State 95
25 Nebraska 80

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