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    BB55's Top 25 FBS Picks - Week 4

    Friday September 21, 2018
    #16 Central Florida over Florida Atlantic

    #10 Penn State over Illinois

    Saturday September 22, 2018
    #23 Boston College over Purdue

    BB55's Match of the Day #1: #3 Georgia over Missouri

    #19 Michigan over Nebraska

    BB55's Match of the Day #2: #8 Notre Dame over Wake Forest

    #3 Clemson over Georgia Tech

    #21 Miami (FL) over Florida International

    BB55's Match of the Day #3: #12 West Virginia over Kansas State

    BB55's Match of the Day #4: #1 Alabama over #22 Texas A&M

    #4 Ohio State over Tulane

    #13 Virginia Tech over Old Dominion

    BB55's Match of the Day #5: #17 Texas Christian over Texas

    #25 Brigham Young over McNeese State

    #5 Oklahoma over Army

    #6 Louisiana State over Louisiana Tech

    BB55's Match of the Day #6: #14 Mississippi State over Kentucky

    #15 Oklahoma State over Texas Tech

    #9 Auburn over Arkansas

    BB55's Match of the Day #7: #24 Michigan State over Indiana

    BB55's Match of the Day #8: #7 Stanford over #20 Oregon

    BB55's Match of the Day #9: #18 Wisconsin over Iowa

    #10 Washington over Arizona State
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    Has U$C turned the corner yet ?


    Or are they still embarrassing themselves ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trentonthunder View Post
    Has U$C turned the corner yet ?


    Or are they still embarrassing themselves ?
    Well, the USC Trojans had to rally from a 13-point second half and needed a blocked field goal to outlast the Washington State Cougars inside L.A. Memorial Coliseum.

    The Trojans currently have a 18-game home winning streak and still undefeated inside L.A. Memorial under Clay Helton.
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    McKenzie Milton showed why he's a livewire under the Friday Night Lights inside the Bounce House.

    The Central Florida Knights QB led the #16 ranked team in the nation with 387 yards and six total offensive touchdowns as the Knights ran over the Florida Atlantic Owls, 56-36.

    Devin Singletary had 131 rushing yards and three scores in a losing effort for the Owls, but the UCF defense picked off Owls QB Chris Robison three times including a pick-six from Shawn Burgess-Becker.

    Meanwhile, the #10 ranked Penn State Nitany Lions used a 35-0 romp in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Illinois Fighting Illini, 63-24 in Champaign.

    Trace McSorley completed 12 of 19 passes for 160 yards and three touchdowns while Miles Sanders added 200 rushing yards and a rushing hat-trick in the win.

    Ricky Slade added 94 yards and two scores on 10 carries.

    Reggie Corbin made James Franklin's Nitany Lions nervous as he led the way with 87 rushing yards and a touchdown as Illinois trailed 28-24 after three quarters before Penn State slaughtered them in the fourth.
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    The Purdue Boilermakers had the upset of the week so far as they plucked the #23 ranked Boston College Eagles, 30-13.

    David Blough completed 21 of 28 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns despite being sacked five times.

    Rondale Moore caught two of Blough's three touchdowns as he torched the BC pass defense with 110 yards on eight grabs.

    The Boilermaker defense also had four sacks on BC QB Anthony Brown and picked him off four times.

    Meanwhile, Notre Dame Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly had a successful roll of the dice of starting Ian Book over Brandon Wimbush as the #8 ranked team of the nation steamrolled the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 56-27 in Winston-Salem.

    Book booked the Wake defense with 325 yards on 25 of 34 completed passes and two touchdowns. Book added 43 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

    Jafar Armstrong added 98 rushing yards and two scores on eight carries.

    The ND defense banged and roughed up Sam Hartman with three sacks.

    #19 ranked Michigan Wolverines showed no mercy in their 56-10 vaporizing of the Nebraska Cornhuskers inside the Big House.

    Karan Higdon led the way with 136 yards and a score on 12 carries.

    The Michigan defense forced two turnovers, had four sacks on Adrian Martinez and scored a bizarre safety.

    Donovan Peoples-Jones added a 60-yard punt return score.

    #2 ranked Georgia Bulldogs held off the Missouri Tigers, 43-29.

    Georgia QB Jake Fromm threw for 260 yards and three scores in the game, but it was the defense and special teams that stole the show in Columbia.

    Tyson Campbell had a 64-yard scoop-and-six after Albert Okwuegbunam fumbled and Eric Stokes added a eight-yard blocked punt return score.

    Rodrigo Blankenship added three field goals.
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    Re: 2018 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS College Football Thread

    We have overtime in Norman, OK.

    #5 ranked Oklahoma Sooners are tied with the Army Black Knights, 21-21.

    Overtime Rules:
    - Winner of coin toss decides offense, defense or end of field.
    - Both teams start at the 25-yard line.
    - All reviews come from the booth.
    - Teams trade possessions until a winner is decided.
    - Points After Touchdowns: 1st two possessions, one or two-points, 3rd possession onwards, two-points.
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    Overtime - Army at #5 Oklahoma

    Army wins toss, elects defense.

    First OT
    OKLA: Kyler Murray 10-yard TD pass to CeeDee Lamb (Austin Seibert XP is good).
    ARMY: Kelvin Hopkins Jr. intercepted by Parnell Motley.
    - Scores after the First OT: Oklahoma 35, Army 28.

    Oklahoma beats Army 35-28 in Overtime!
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    The #5 ranked Oklahoma Sooners survived a mighty scare at home.

    The Sooners outlasted the upset-minded Army Black Knights in overtime, 35-28 to avert a shocker.

    Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray had three total offensive touchdowns in regulation as the Sooners led the way in regulation.

    But every time Murray scored a touchdown for Oklahoma, Army replied right back to tie each time.

    Kelvin Hopkins Jr. was the catalyst for Army's 339-yard rushing attack with 103 yards and a score on 23 carries while Andy Davidson and Connor Slomka also found the end zone.

    Oklahoma had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Sooners K Austin Seibert pulled his 33-yard field goal attempt wide left that forced overtime.

    Murray helped OU struck first though with his third touchdown pass of the game to CeeDee Lamb from nine yards out and Seibert boots the extra point to give OU a 35-28 lead.

    Hopkins Jr. tried to help Army force a second overtime, but threw his second interception of the game that sealed OU's victory.

    Murray completed 10 of 14 passes for 154 yards and three touchdowns and ran another 73 with a rushing score in the victory.
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    #13 ranked Virginia Tech Hokies were shocked on the road by the Old Dominion Monarchs, 49-35.

    Blake LaRussa came off the bench and completed 30 of 49 passes for 495 yards and four touchdowns and added a touchdown run.

    Jonathan Duhart caught nine balls for 142 yards and three touchdowns.

    Jeremy Cox inflicted more pain on the Hokies defense with 130 yards on the ground and two rushing touchdowns on 20 carries.

    Virginia Tech QB Josh Jackson had 151 passing yards and two touchdowns as the Hokies led 28-21 late in the third quarter, but had to leave the game mid-way through the fourth quarter with a lower leg injury.

    Despite backup Ryan Willis' 13-yard touchdown pass to Chris Cunningham that tied the game at 35-all, the Hokies had no answer for LaRussa who had the game of his life.

    Meanwhile in Austin, TX, Tom Herman is getting a little hot streak going as the Texas Longhorns get a leg up in the Big XII title game race as they defeat the #17 ranked Texas Christian Horned Frogs, 31-16.

    Sam Ehlinger completed 22 of 32 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns and added a rushing score for the Longhorns.

    The Longhorn defense came up big with four takeaways.

    The Texas Tech Red Raiders also grabbed a scalp in the Big XII title race this week as they demolished the #15 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys, 41-17 inside Boone Pickens Stadium.

    Red Raiders QB Alan Bowman completed 35 of 46 passes for 397 yards and two touchdowns despite throwing two picks and sacked three times.

    Demarcus Felton chipped in with 121 yards on the ground and two scores on 12 carries.

    The Kentucky Wildcats also get a scalp as they go to 4-0 overall after beating the #14 ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs 28-7 in Lexington.

    Benny Snell trampled the Mississippi State defense with 165 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries.
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    The #1 ranked team in the nation, the Alabama Crimson Tide, will stay there for another week.

    Nick Saban's Tide rolled over the #22 ranked Texas A&M aggies, 45-23, to go to 4-0 overall.

    Tua Tagovailoa completed 22 of 30 passes for 387 yards and four touchdowns and added a touchdown run on a bootleg. Hale Hentges caught half of Tagovailoa's four touchdown strikes.

    Aggies QB Kellen Mond was swallowed up by the Tide defense as he was sacked seven times and threw two interceptions.

    #6 ranked Louisiana State Tigers keeping pace though as they pulled away from the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 38-21.

    Clyde Edwards-Helaire led the LSU rushing attack with 136 yards and two scores while Nick Brossette added 78 and a hat-trick.

    J'mar Smith completed 27 of 50 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns in a losing effort for Louisiana Tech defense.

    The LSU defense had two sacks on Smith and forced two turnovers.

    The #9 ranked Auburn Tigers returned to winning ways after crippling the Arkansas Razorbacks 34-3.

    JaTarvious Whitlow led the way with two rushing touchdowns and Noah Igbinoghene added a 96-yard kickoff return score.

    Urban Meyer had a successful return to the sidelines after serving his suspension as the #4 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes pasted the Tulane Green Wave, 49-6, inside the Horseshoe.

    Dwayne Haskins completed 21 of 24 passes for 304 yards and five touchdowns. Parris Campbell caught two of them to go along with his eight catches and 147 yards.

    #12 ranked West Virginia Mountaineers routed the Kansas State Wildcats, 35-6 in Morgantown.

    Will Grier completed 25 of 35 passes for 356 yards and five touchdowns. His favorite target, David Sills V, caught a hat-trick.

    #3 ranked Clemson Tigers routed the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 49-28 in Atlanta.

    Trevor Lawrence could be the next starter for Dabo Swinney as he relieved Kelly Bryant by completing 13 of 18 passes for 176 yards and four touchdowns.

    Travis Etienne added 122 yards on the ground and a score while Clelin Ferrell added a scoop-and-six.

    #21 ranked Miami (FL) Hurricanes may found their QB in N'Kosi Perry after he sparked the Hurricanes to a 35-21 triumph over the Florida International Golden Panthers.

    Perry came off the bench for Malik Rosier and earned Mark Richt's trust completing 17 of 25 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns, two of them to Lawrence Cager.

    Travis Homer added 114 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

    Richt wasn't happy on the team's discipline though as the Hurricanes had two turnovers and six penalties for 60 yards.

    #25 ranked Brigham Young Cougars throttled the McNeese State Cowboys 30-3 in front of their fans in Provo.

    Lopini Katoa led the way with two rushing scores and the BYU defense had four takeaways in the win.
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    #24 ranked Michigan State Spartans defeat a gamed Indiana Hoosiers' squad, 35-21.

    Brian Lewerke completed 14 of 25 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns despite throwing two interceptions and being sacked three times.

    Jalen Nailor added 95 total yards from scrimmage and two total offensive touchdowns.

    Indiana QB Peyton Ramsey completed 32 of 46 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns, but threw two interceptions including a pick-six from Shakur Brown and was sacked four times.
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    We're going to overtime inside Autzen Stadium.

    The #7 ranked Stanford Cardinal and the #20 ranked Oregon Ducks tied at 31.

    Overtime Rules:
    - Winner of coin toss decides offense, defense or end of field.
    - Both teams start at the 25-yard line.
    - All reviews come from the booth.
    - Teams trade possessions until a winner is decided.
    - Points After Touchdowns: 1st two possessions, one or two-points, 3rd possession onwards, two-points.
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    Overtime - #7 Stanford at #20 Oregon

    Oregon win toss, elects defense.

    First OT
    STAN: K.J. Costello throws 23-yard touchdown pass to Colby Parkinson (Jet Toner XP is good).
    ORE: Justin Herbert throws interception to Alameen Murphy.
    Scores after first OT: Stanford 38, Oregon 31.

    Stanford defeats Oregon in Overtime, 38-31!
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    What a game inside Eugene, OR's Autzen Stadium!

    David Shaw and the #7 ranked Stanford Cardinal escape with an amazing comeback victory over the #20 ranked Oregon Ducks, 38-31 in overtime!

    The first half was all Oregon as they led 24-7 at halftime.

    Tony Brooks-James got the Autzen crowd going with a seven-yard touchdown run.

    Ducks QB Justin Herbert delivered a seven-yard strike to Jacob Breeland and CJ Verdell added a 48-yard touchdown scamper as the Ducks built a 17-point lead.

    Stanford QB K.J. Costello kept his team in the game with a 13-yard connection to JJ Arcega-Whiteside.

    However, Oregon began to play sloppy in the second half and the Cardinal took advantage.

    With 2:43 left in the third quarter and Oregon leading by the same score, 24-7, the Ducks fumbled and Joey Alfieri scored a scoop-and-six from 80 yards to help Stanford pull to within seven.

    Bryce Love, who was kept in check all game long, ignites with a 22-yard scamper to pull the Cardinal with three before the end of the third quarter, 24-21.

    Cyrus Habibi-Likio punched in a one-yard touchdown run to give Oregon a 10-point lead, 31-21, with 4:31 left.

    But Costello moved Stanford quickly and replied with fury as he threw his second touchdown of the game to Arcega-Whiteside from 15 yards to pull the Cardinal to within three again, 31-28 with 3:10 to go.

    Oregon had a chance to seal the win with some first downs and Shaw using two of his three timeouts, but Verdell, who outran Love in the game with 115 yards to Love's 89, coughed up the ball while fighting for another first down with 1:44 to go.

    Costello drove the Cardinal down the field and with Oregon adding another penalty for 12 men on the field, Jet Toner drilled home a 32-yard field goal to force overtime.

    With Oregon winning the coin toss and electing defense first, Stanford took advantage as Costello threw his third touchdown of the game to Colby Parkinson, who tipped the ball to himself in the end zone, from 23 yards out.

    Herbert and the Ducks needed to score a touchdown and a extra point to force double overtime, but Herbert threw an interception in the end zone that sealed the Ducks' fate.

    Costello completed 19 of 26 passes for 327 yards and three touchdowns in a phenomenal, clutch performance.

    Those three turnovers and four penalties for 32 yards will haunt Oregon as they missed their chance for an upset.
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    Paul Chryst and the #18 ranked Wisconsin Badgers return to winning ways, but didn't come easy for them in an 11-point victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes, 28-17 inside Iowa City's Kinnick Stadium.

    Alex Hornibrook completed 17 of 22 passes for 205 yards and three touchdowns while Jonathan Taylor added 113 rushing yards on 25 carries.

    Iowa didn't quit though as they had a 17-14 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

    Iowa QB Nate Stanley completed 14 of 23 passes for 222 yards and two touchdowns before the Badgers pitched a 14-0 shutout in the fourth quarter to grab the victory.
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    #10 ranked Washington Huskies held off a furious Arizona State Sundevils squad in a 27-20 victory inside Seattle's Husky Stadium.

    Washington Huskies QB Jake Browning completed 15 of 22 passes for 202 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.

    However, the Sundevils never quit as Eno Benjamin kept them in the game with 104 rushing yards and a score on 26 carries.

    Browning's passing was the difference however as Manny Wilkins can only muster up 104 yards through the air.
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    BB55's Three Studs and Three Duds - College Football: Week 4

    Three Studs
    1. Stanford
    Why? A clutch win in a noisy environment in Autzen against a gamed and a squad on the rise in the #20 Oregon Ducks for David Shaw and the Stanford Cardinal.

    Bryce Love was outgained in the ground by CJ Verdell, but K.J. Costello and the Stanford defense won the game for them especially with Costello with two amazing scoring drives late.

    The Cardinal have another huge road game inside South Bend's Notre Dame Stadium against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish where a loss can somewhat damage their College Football Playoff hopes.

    2. The backup QBs
    Why? Blake LaRussa had the game of his life coming off the bench in the Old Dominion Monarchs' huge scalp against #13 ranked Virginia Tech Hokies. LaRussa had 495 passing yards and four touchdowns.

    Meanwhile, Brian Kelly had a successful roll of the dice this week against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons after giving the calls to Ian Book over Brandon Wimbush.

    Book had 325 passing yards and two touchdowns and punched in three touchdown runs against Wake.

    Book will have a tougher test though against Stanford at home.

    3. Kentucky Wildcats RB Benny Snell
    Why? Snell ran wild against the #14 ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs with 165 rushing yards and four rushing scores.

    Three Duds
    1. Virginia Tech Hokies
    Why? It's a double whammy for the Hokies. They were upset by Old Dominion and also lost their starting QB Josh Jackson to a leg injury in the fourth quarter.

    2. Oregon Ducks
    Why? Add the Stanford loss to Oregon's heartbreaking list.

    3. Wake Forest Demon Deacons K Nick Sciba
    Why? Sciba practiced too much and forgot to go on the field. Blooper of the Week.
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    2018 FBS Rankings - AP Poll: After Week 4
    http://www.espn.com/college-football...8/seasontype/2

    AP Top 25
    RK TEAM REC PTS TREND LAST WEEK NEXT WEEK
    1 Alabama(60) 4-0 1523 vs #22 Texas A&M W 45-23 9/29 vs Louisiana
    2 Georgia 4-0 1422 @ Missouri W 43-29 9/29 vs Tennessee
    3 Clemson(1) 4-0 1409 @ Georgia Tech W 49-21 9/29 vs Syracuse
    4 Ohio State 4-0 1363 vs Tulane W 49-6 9/29 @ #9 Penn State
    5 LSU 4-0 1238 1 vs Louisiana Tech W 38-21 9/29 vs Ole Miss
    6 Oklahoma 4-0 1201 1 vs Army W 28-21 9/29 vs Baylor
    7 Stanford 4-0 1143 @ #20 Oregon W 38-31 9/29 @ #8 Notre Dame
    8 Notre Dame 4-0 1067 @ Wake Forest W 56-27 9/29 vs #7 Stanford
    9 Penn State 4-0 1001 1 @ Illinois W 63-24 9/29 vs #4 Ohio State
    10 Auburn 3-1 987 1 vs Arkansas W 34-3 9/29 vs Southern Mississippi
    11 Washington 3-1 946 1 vs Arizona State W 27-20 9/29 vs #20 BYU
    12 West Virginia 3-0 923 vs Kansas State W 35-6 9/29 @ #25 Texas Tech
    13 UCF 3-0 727 3 vs Florida Atlantic W 56-36 9/29 vs Pittsburgh
    14 Michigan 3-1 698 5 vs Nebraska W 56-10 9/29 @ Northwestern
    15 Wisconsin 3-1 662 3 @ Iowa W 28-17
    16 Miami 3-1 571 5 vs Florida Intl W 31-17 9/27 vs North Carolina
    17 Kentucky 4-0 541 NR vs #14 Mississippi State W 28-7 9/29 vs South Carolina
    18 Texas 3-1 308 NR vs #17 TCU W 31-16 9/29 @ Kansas State
    19 Oregon 3-1 297 1 vs #7 Stanford L 38-31 9/29 @ #24 California
    20 BYU 3-1 270 5 vs McNeese W 30-3 9/29 @ #11 Washington
    21 Michigan State 2-1 256 3 @ Indiana W 35-21 9/29 vs Central Michigan
    22 Duke 4-0 244 NR vs North Carolina Central W 55-13 9/29 vs Virginia Tech
    23 Mississippi State 3-1 241 9 @ Kentucky L 28-7 9/29 vs Florida
    24 California 3-0 118 NR 9/29 vs #19 Oregon
    25 Texas Tech 3-1 106 NR @ #15 Oklahoma State W 41-17 9/29 vs #12 West Virginia

    Dropped from rankings: Virginia Tech 13, Oklahoma State 15, TCU 17, Texas A&M 22, Boston College 23

    Others receiving votes: Colorado 83, Boise State 58, Virginia Tech 55, South Florida 50, Oklahoma State 44, Texas A&M 41, Iowa 31, South Carolina 31, Florida 29, NC State 28, Syracuse 25, TCU 24, Cincinnati 10, North Texas 10, Utah 9, Missouri 7, Ole Miss 7, Maryland 6, Buffalo 6, San Diego State 5, Arizona State 4
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    2018 FBS Rankings - USA Today Coaches Poll: After Week 4
    http://www.espn.com/college-football...8/seasontype/2

    Coaches Poll
    RK TEAM REC PTS TREND LAST WEEK NEXT WEEK
    1 Alabama(61) 4-0 1597 vs #22 Texas A&M W 45-23 9/29 vs Louisiana
    2 Clemson(2) 4-0 1497 @ Georgia Tech W 49-21 9/29 vs Syracuse
    3 Georgia 4-0 1473 @ Missouri W 43-29 9/29 vs Tennessee
    4 Ohio State(1) 4-0 1431 vs Tulane W 49-6 9/29 @ #9 Penn State
    5 Oklahoma 4-0 1300 vs Army W 28-21 9/29 vs Baylor
    6 LSU 4-0 1234 vs Louisiana Tech W 38-21 9/29 vs Ole Miss
    7 Stanford 4-0 1206 @ #19 Oregon W 38-31 9/29 @ #8 Notre Dame
    8 Notre Dame 4-0 1135 @ Wake Forest W 56-27 9/29 vs #7 Stanford
    9 Penn State 4-0 1108 @ Illinois W 63-24 9/29 vs #4 Ohio State
    10 Auburn 3-1 997 1 vs Arkansas W 34-3 9/29 vs Southern Mississippi
    11 Washington 3-1 959 1 vs Arizona State W 27-20 9/29 vs BYU
    12 West Virginia 3-0 946 1 vs Kansas State W 35-6 9/29 @ Texas Tech
    13 Wisconsin 3-1 776 3 @ Iowa W 28-17
    14 UCF 3-0 705 4 vs Florida Atlantic W 56-36 9/29 vs Pittsburgh
    15 Michigan 3-1 603 6 vs Nebraska W 56-10 9/29 @ Northwestern
    16 Miami 3-1 554 4 vs Florida Intl W 31-17 9/27 vs North Carolina
    17 Kentucky 4-0 531 NR vs #14 Mississippi State W 28-7 9/29 vs South Carolina
    18 Michigan State 2-1 376 5 @ Indiana W 35-21 9/29 vs Central Michigan
    19 Mississippi State 3-1 311 5 @ Kentucky L 28-7 9/29 vs Florida
    20 Oregon 3-1 281 1 vs #7 Stanford L 38-31 9/29 @ California
    21 Oklahoma State 3-1 199 6 vs Texas Tech L 41-17 9/29 @ Kansas
    22 Texas 3-1 171 NR vs #17 TCU W 31-16 9/29 @ Kansas State
    23 Duke 4-0 170 NR vs North Carolina Central W 55-13 9/29 vs #24 Virginia Tech
    24 Virginia Tech 2-1 160 14 @ Old Dominion L 49-35 9/29 @ #23 Duke
    25 Boise State 2-1 145 1 9/29 @ Wyoming

    Dropped from rankings: TCU 17, Texas A&M 22, Boston College 25

    Others receiving votes: BYU 141, South Florida 113, Syracuse 83, Colorado 73, TCU 67, NC State 61, Texas Tech 56, South Carolina 52, California 38, Washington State 34, Florida 29, Texas A&M 29, Appalachian State 25, Iowa 23, Cincinnati 22, North Texas 17, Missouri 14, Maryland 9, Boston College 8, USC 8, Arizona State 8, San Diego State 6, Troy 5, Army 4, Arkansas State 3, Virginia 3, Utah 2, Buffalo 2
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    2018 FCS Polls - FCS Coaches Poll: After Week 4
    http://www.espn.com/college-football...8/seasontype/2

    CS Coaches Poll
    RK TEAM REC PTS TREND LAST WEEK NEXT WEEK
    1 North Dakota State(26) 3-0 650 vs Delaware W 38-10 9/29 vs #3 South Dakota State
    2 James Madison 3-1 623 vs William & Mary W 51-0 9/29 @ Richmond
    3 South Dakota State 2-0 596 9/29 @ #1 North Dakota State
    4 Kennesaw State 3-1 563 1 vs Clark Atlanta W 70-13 9/29 vs Samford
    5 Eastern Washington 3-1 547 1 vs Cal Poly W 70-17 9/29 @ Montana State
    6 Wofford 2-1 519 9/29 @ Gardner-Webb
    7 Weber State 3-1 473 1 vs Northern Colorado W 45-28
    8 Jacksonville State 2-1 454 1 vs Tennessee Tech W 48-20 9/29 vs Austin Peay
    9 Elon 2-1 409 3 @ Charleston Southern W 31-22 9/29 vs New Hampshire
    10 Illinois State 3-0 390 5 @ Colorado State W 35-19 9/29 @ Missouri State
    11 McNeese 3-1 376 1 @ BYU L 30-3 9/29 vs Stephen F. Austin
    12 Central Arkansas 2-1 367 1 9/29 @ #19 Sam Houston State
    13 North Carolina A&T 3-1 341 9 vs Morgan State L 16-13 9/27 vs South Carolina State
    14 Villanova 3-1 320 vs Bucknell W 49-7 9/29 @ #17 Stony Brook
    15 Nicholls 2-2 293 3 vs #11 Sam Houston State W 27-7 9/29 vs Lamar
    16 Maine 2-1 241 @ Central Michigan L 17-5 9/29 @ Yale
    17 Stony Brook 3-1 233 2 vs Richmond W 36-10 9/29 vs #14 Villanova
    18 Montana 3-1 194 2 vs Sacramento State W 41-34 9/29 @ Cal Poly
    19 Sam Houston State 1-2 155 8 @ #18 Nicholls L 27-7 9/29 vs #12 Central Arkansas
    20 Rhode Island 2-1 126 3 9/28 @ Harvard
    21 Northern Iowa 1-2 125 1 vs Hampton W 44-0 9/27 @ Indiana State
    22 UC Davis 3-1 120 3 vs Idaho W 44-21
    23 Colgate 3-0 119 1 vs Lafayette W 45-0 9/29 @ William & Mary
    24 Chattanooga 4-0 68 NR vs #17 Samford W 27-20 9/29 @ East Tennessee State
    25 Princeton 2-0 27 NR vs Monmouth W 51-9 9/28 @ Columbia

    Dropped from rankings: Samford 17, Austin Peay 21

    Others receiving votes: Towson 26, Montana State 22, Samford 21, Western Carolina 16, Harvard 9, South Dakota 8, Austin Peay 7, Southeastern Louisiana 5, Sacramento State 3, Northern Arizona 2, Delaware 1, Youngstown State 1
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