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2014 College Football Rankings: Coaches Poll Week 4

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Do coaches even watch college football?

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Week 3 was a boring week for college football. There were few can't-miss matchups, and even fewer dramatic changes in the rankings outside of USC, Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia Tech.

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS FIRST PLACE VOTES PREVIOUS RANK CHANGE
1 Florida State Seminoles 2-0 1502 50 1
2 Alabama Crimson Tide 3-0 1408 1 2
3 Oregon Ducks 3-0 1399 6 4 1
4 Oklahoma Sooners 3-0 1390 4 3 1
5 Auburn Tigers 2-0 1297 5
6 Baylor Bears 3-0 1179 7 1
7 Texas A&M Aggies 3-0 1159 8 1
8 LSU Tigers 3-0 1107 9 1
9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 3-0 966 11 2
10 UCLA Bruins 3-0 861 12 2
11 Michigan State Spartans 1-1 776 13 2
12 Ole Miss Rebels 3-0 769 15 3
13 Arizona State Sun Devils 3-0 732 14 1
14 Georgia Bulldogs 1-1 693 6 8
15 Stanford Cardinal 2-1 561 16 1
16 South Carolina Gamecocks 2-1 529 23 7
17 Wisconsin Badgers 1-1 436 17
18 Ohio State Buckeyes 2-1 402 18
19 Missouri Tigers 3-0 382 22 3
20 Kansas State Wildcats 2-0 381 20
21 USC Trojans 2-1 338 10 11
22 Nebraska Cornhuskers 3-0 325 21 1
23 BYU Cougars 3-0 222 27 4
24 Clemson Tigers 1-1 207 24
25 North Carolina Tar Heels 2-0 128 25

Schools Dropped Out: No. 19 Virginia Tech.

Others Receiving Votes: Duke 100; Mississippi State 92; Oklahoma State 83; Florida 72; TCU 50; Virginia Tech 47; Washington 44; East Carolina 35; Penn State 26; Marshall 25; West Virginia 19; Arizona 18; Cincinnati 15; Northern Illinois 10; Oregon State 8; Louisville 8; Arkansas 7; Pittsburgh 5; North Carolina State 4; Boston College 4; Memphis 2; Boise State 1; Virginia 1.

NIU, currently the only undefeated team in the MAC, received 10 votes this week. Up five from their five the Huskies received a week ago. While no MAC teams are ranked this week, the MAC does play a pair of ranked teams this weekend. Bowling Green heads out to Wisconsin to play the No. 17 Badgers are noon on ESPN2. Also at noon this Saturday, EMU visits in-state foe Michigan State, currently ranked No. 11.

Oh, and how about the coaches finally giving a Group of Five team (BYU) some love?