College Football Rankings: Florida Moves Up In Week 4 BlogPoll

The Florida Gators moved up four spots in the SB Nation BlogPoll after their 37-20 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers. The Gators are ranked No. 13. Four SEC opponents are ranked higher.

The Alabama Crimson Tide are No. 1, the LSU Tigers are No. 2, the Georgia Bulldogs are No. 4 and the South Carolina Gamecocks at No. 9. The Oregon Ducks at No. 3 and the Florida St. Seminoles at No. 5 round out the top five.

The biggest riser in the BlogPoll is the Stanford Cardinal, rising 14 spots to No. 8 after their victory against the USC Trojans. The Trojans took a big drop, falling from No. 3 to No. 16. The largest fall of the week came from the Michigan St. Spartans after their loss to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, falling from No. 8 to No. 22.

For more information on Florida Gators football, please check the Florida blog Alligator Army and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more on the SEC, check out Team Speed Kills. For more college football news and information, check out SB Nation's College Football hub page.

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