The 2012 college football season has already provided football fans with plenty of excitement through 4 weeks, but with league playing beginning and each week a playoff, there is still more to come.
Here is a look at the biggest winners from this past weekend’s action and what it means for the school for the rest of the season.
Florida State kept their BCS Title hopes alive with a big second half against Clemson. The Seminoles rallied for 35 points in the second-half, but the defense was finally tested and holes were found by the Tigers offense. The Noles will need to keep their momentum moving forward and not look past any team or this team will drop too far in the polls to make the BCS Championship.
Oregon is another team that made a big impression in week 4 as they shutout Arizona at home on Saturday night. The Wildcats were averaging over 46 points per game, but the Ducks used an all-around solid effort to make it an easy 49-0 victory and that propelled Oregon to number two in the latest AP top 25 poll.
Kansas State went on the road and knocked off the sixth ranked Sooners 24-19. The Wildcats are now 4-0 on the college football season and the team to beat in the Big 12. The team does have a tough schedule ahead, but running the tables could make the BCS title game a real possibility.