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Week Four AP Top 25 Without Big Ten, Pac-12

Big Ten and Pac-12 teams (along with Mountain West teams, MAC teams, and UMass) were eligible for the AP top 25 for the first time since the preseason this week, but many are curious as to what the rankings would look like without the teams that haven’t played yet. Below you will find this week’s AP top 25 without such teams.

1) Clemson (NC)
2) Alabama (NC)
3) Florida (+2)
4) Georgia (NC)
5) Notre Dame (+2)
6) Auburn (+2)
7) Miami (+5)
8) Texas (NC)
9) UCF (+4)
10) North Carolina (+1)
11) Texas A&M (-1)
12) Cincinnati (+2)
13) Mississippi State (NEW)
14) Oklahoma State (+1)
15) Oklahoma (-12)
16) LSU (-10)
17) Tennessee (-1)
18) BYU (NC)
19) Pitt (+2)
20) Memphis (-3)
21) Virginia Tech (-1)
22) Louisiana (-3)
23) Kansas State (NEW)
24) SMU (NEW)
25) Marshall (NC)

Dropped Out: #22 Army, #23 Kentucky, #24 Pitt

Others receiving >10 points: Baylor, Virginia, Arkansas State

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