Take a look at the projected college football rankings after Tennessee overtook Florida but Texas and Miami weren’t so lucky with losses.
With some matches in the books for Week 4, I figured there would be some big changes in the college football rankings after Saturday. Part of that was inevitable as some of the ranked opponents were going toe-to-toe, but others were less obvious.
On the mid-afternoon roster, Title 11 Tennessee was trying to drive its demons against Florida No. 20 in Knoxville. Although they tried to give every single one of their fans a heartbeat in the process, they got the job done to win only for the second time in the last 18 years of this rivalry.
Elsewhere in the country, though, we’ve seen Texans trying to sleepwalk Lubbock but were mowed down by Texas Tech. The most embarrassing loss, however, was Miami’s home acquisition by Middle Tennessee, a surprise no one ever expected.
So where does that leave us with the night games we still play? Let’s take a look at the college football rankings expected after these upheaval and big results.
College football rankings: Expected to rank 25th after turmoil Texas and Miami, Tennessee finishes with Florida
- Ohio State
- North Carolina
- Pennsylvania state
- Ole Miss
- Texas A&M
Simply put, Florida, Miami and Texas don’t have any business in the top 25 rankings anymore. Meanwhile, 4-0 teams like Minnesota, Kansas, and Syracuse all won their place in the rankings with perfect starts and some big wins in Week 4.
Of course, those rankings can still change throughout the rest of Saturday, but after the mid-afternoon roster and some wild results, that’s where we stand with the college football rankings.
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