After another crazy week in college football, we’ve unveiled our newest set of power rankings. We have a few changes for you in this week’s Top 10 so you can continue betting against the NCAA Football Odds.
Updated Power Rankings After Week 4 of the 2022 College Football Season
1. Alabama Crimson Tide
Alabama destroyed Vanderbilt on Saturday. We will get to see Alabama play another meaningful game on Saturday as they travel to Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks. The anti-Alabama crowd in Fayetteville will be raucous, so this will be a tough test for Nick Saban’s squad.
2. Georgia Bulldogs
Even though the Bulldogs’ offense is still averaging 42 points per game, they looked sluggish in their win over Kent State on Saturday. The defense had given up just 10 points in the first three games but gave up 22 last week. We’ll see how Georgia handles a weak Missouri team.
3. Ohio State Buckeyes
Ohio State made a huge statement by beating up on the Wisconsin Badgers last Saturday. Ohio State showed everyone that they are back to show everyone that they’re ready to contend for a national title. Wisconsin had one of the best defenses in the country last season, and Ohio State made easy work of the Badger defense. Ohio State shouldn’t have much of a challenge against Rutgers this week.
4. Michigan Wolverines
Michigan had some issues with Maryland last week, but the Wolverines came through with the victory. Blake Corum is making a case to be a Heisman candidate, as he rushed for 243 yards on Saturday. Michigan will now face one of the best defenses in the country as they travel to Iowa City to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes.
5. Clemson Tigers
It took two overtimes, but the Clemson Tigers were able to outlast the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. This was a tough battle, but Clemson left with a good feeling, as quarterback DJ Uiagalelei threw for over 370 yards and five touchdowns. This was the performance that Clemson had been waiting for. Now the Tigers have another tough one, as the NC State Wolfpack head to town.
6. USC Trojans
The USC Trojans were only able to put up 17 points in their win at Oregon State. The Beavers defense found a way to slow Caleb Williams down. USC had to storm back late in the 4th quarter to escape with the win. USC will now face a disheveled Arizona State program.
7. Tennessee Volunteers
After surviving a late surge by the Florida Gators, the Volunteers head into their bye week undefeated. Hendon Hooker has played well, and Josh Heupel’s offense looks like one of the best in the nation. When they next take the field, they’ll have to face LSU in Death Valley.
8. Kentucky Wildcats
After escaping with a win against Northern Illinois, the Kentucky Wildcats now have to find a way to slow down Lane Kiffin’s offense. Kentucky will have to do this at Ole Miss, so this will be a huge challenge.
9. Oklahoma State Cowboys
Mike Gundy’s squad isn’t as flashy as it has been in the past, but they’re finding ways to win. This week, they’ll face their toughest test as they head to Waco to take on the Baylor Bears.
10. Oregon Ducks
After being embarrassed by the Georgia Bulldogs in their opener, the Ducks have stormed back. With huge wins over BYU and Washington State, Oregon is showing everyone that they’re a contender for the Pac-12 title.