The craziest week of the college football season to date has come and gone. Here’s the newest AP Top 25:

RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS RANK
1 Alabama (60) 4-0 1523 1
2 Georgia 4-0 1422 2
3 Clemson (1) 4-0 1409 3
4 Ohio State 4-0 1363 4
5 LSU 4-0 1238 6
6 Oklahoma 4-0 1201 5
7 Stanford 4-0 1143 7
8 Notre Dame 4-0 1067 8
9 Penn State 4-0 1001 T-10
10 Auburn 3-1 987 9
11 Washington 3-1 946 T-10
12 West Virginia 3-0 923 12
13 UCF 3-0 727 16
14 Michigan 3-1 698 19
15 Wisconsin 3-1 662 18
16 Miami 3-1 571 21
17 Kentucky 4-0 541 NR
18 Texas 3-1 308 NR
19 Oregon 3-1 297 20
20 BYU 3-1 270 25
21 Michigan State 2-1 256 24
22 Duke 4-0 244 NR
23 Mississippi State 3-1 241 14
24 California 3-0 118 NR
25 Texas Tech 3-1 106 NR

We’ll start near the top, where the first four teams are the same but LSU jumped Oklahoma to squeak into the top five. That has more to do with the Sooners’ performance in Week 4 than the Tigers; it took overtime for Oklahoma to beat Army on Saturday.

It was a rough showing for the Sooners, but we shouldn’t overreact. OU struggled to keep Army off the field – the Black Knights had 78 (!) carries for 339 yards. Now, the Oklahoma run defense may be a concern. But Big 12 teams don’t play a style that resembles Army’s, and while Kyler Murray and the offense had a relatively modest day, they were efficient. They just didn’t have many opportunities.

Voters were justified in lowering Oklahoma a spot. But it still has a great shot to return to the College Football Playoff.

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Outside of the Oklahoma and LSU swap, the top of the poll was fairly stagnant. But there’s a lot going in the lower half. Let’s break it down.

Kentucky and Texas are up to No. 17 and 18, respectively, after wins over Mississippi State and TCU.

It’s been a wonderful start to the season for the Wildcats, who have long been dormant in the SEC. Benny Snell is putting together a remarkable year – he has 540 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in four games, including four TDs against the Bulldogs. And the defense is legitimate. Kentucky held Mississippi State to just seven points on Saturday, and hasn’t allowed more than 20 in a game this season.