Week four of college football was a week were ranked teams were playing unranked teams and everyone in the Top 20 won, most of them easily. Not all Top 20 teams played #2 Oregon, #11 Oklahoma State and #12 South Carolina were off this week. Here’s the College Football Wrap Up for week 4:

#1 Alabama had a slow day but won over Colorado State 31-6. It wasn’t until 11:47 left in the game though the Tide went up 24-6 and ‘Bama had one run for 38 yards but other than that, five running backs combined for 28 yards on 20 carries.

 #3 Clemson held North Carolina State to just 3 of 16 on third downs and won 26-14.

#4 Oho State keeps scoring a lot of points against lesser competition, they beat Florida A&M 76-0 with backup QB Kenny Guiton throwing 6 touchdown passes breaking an Ohio State record and he only needed the first half to do it.

#5 Stanford allowed Arizona State only 50 rushing yards on the way to a 42-28 win, leading 29-0 in the first half.

LSU at #6 took care of Auburn 35-21 with LSU running back Jeremy Hill rushing for 183 yards and three TD’s. LSU takes on #9 Georgia next week.

#7 Louisville was all over 0-4 Florida International 72-0, the Cardinals dominated from start to finish.

Florida State at #8 had an easy win over an FCS school Bethune Cookman as their defense scored 8 points, 2 more points than the Wildcats offense, final 54-6.

#9 Georgia was tied with North Texas in the 3rd quarter 21-21 but went on a 24-0 run to win 45-21.

#10 Texas A&M had no trouble with Southern Methodist as Johnny Manziel threw for 356 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 42-13 win.

Some other games in the top 20:

Michigan at #15 had to come back to win over an 0-3 Connecticut team and UCONN came up 3 yards short on a possible comeback, final 24-21.

Miami at #16 scored 77 point against Savannah State.

Maine was very impressive as they took on #18 Northwestern, the Black Bears were down 21-0 about halfway through the third quarter but found a way to come back and score 21 points. Maine outgained Northwestern in the game 379 yards to 373. Wildcats 35-21.