See how the Top 25 shapes up after a big Week 4 for Auburn and several of its SEC rivals.
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The best of college football's latest weekend action and a recap of what the biggest Week 4 games mean for next week.
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Ole Miss interim AD Keith Carter said he was "extremely disappointed" after a Pac-12 officiating crew chose not to review a play on which the Rebels appeared to score in the waning moments of their 28-20 home loss to California.
Chase Garbers threw for four touchdowns, but No. 23 California needed a game-saving tackle at the 1-yard line from linebacker Evan Weaver on the game's final play to defeat Mississippi 28-20 on Saturday.
While the top of the AP poll remained the same, the biggest move of the week came from the Pac-12, which now has six teams ranked, the most for the conference in almost four years.
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Chase Garbers passed for one touchdown after using his legs to get California's offense going, Greg Thomas kicked three field goals and the Golden Bears beat North Texas 23-17 on Saturday.
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Greg Thomas kicked a 17-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, and California beat No. 14 Washington 20-19 early Sunday in a game delayed more than 2 1/2 hours due to severe weather.
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The SEC West has a chance to show it's more than just Alabama when No. 6 LSU travels to No. 9 Texas and No. 12 Texas A&M visits to No. 1 Clemson in Week 2.
Christopher Brown Jr. rushed for a career-high 197 yards and a touchdown in his first start, and California overcame a sloppy first half and beat UC Davis 27-13 on Saturday.