Ohio State had little trouble with Tulane Saturday afternoon as the Buckeyes earned their ninth straight win by a 49-6 final.
The top four remained the same with Alabama at No. 1, Clemson at No. 2, Georgia at No. 3 and the Buckeyes at No. 4.
Ohio State now travels to Happy Valley this Saturday to take on Penn State, which stayed at No. 9 after a 63-24 win over Illinois on Friday. Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Wisconsin, Michigan and Michigan State all jumped in a positive direction.
The Badgers, who earned a gritty win at Iowa, jumped three spots to No. 13 while Michigan, which dismantled Nebraska, jumped six spots to No. 15. Michigan State is now No. 18, a five-spot jump, after a 35-21 win over Indiana.
The biggest jumper in the poll was Tom Herman's Texas Longhorns, who beat TCU by a 31-16 final. The Longhorns jumped 19 spots into the No. 22 spot while the Horned Frogs fell out of the top 25 completely. Other notable moves include Kentucky, which jumped nine spots into No. 17 after beating Mississippi State, and Virginia Tech, which fell 14 spots to No. 24 after a 49-35 loss to unranked Old Dominion.