College Football Top 25 Teams Dominant in Week 4

It’s that time of the college football season. All of the exciting conference games are just around the corner, which means that Week 4 was full of juggernauts picking on the lowly FCS teams.

This past weekend, there was only one game between Top 25 teams as 17 other games saw a Goliath matched up against a David. The results weren’t pretty – just ask the three teams that were shutout in Week 4.

The first victim was Florida International, who didn’t stand a chance against Louisville. Led by quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, the Cardinals cruised against the Panthers, running up the score and making a mockery of them on both sides of the ball. When all was said and done, Bridgewater and Co. walked away with a 72-0 victory.

The next joke of a game came in the form of an Idaho State slaughter at the hands of Washington. The Bengals didn’t stand a chance against the Huskies, who put up 56 points while not allowing a single point.

The most notable of Saturday’s blowouts was Ohio State’s outing against Florida A&M. The Rattlers’ efforts were futile, as the Buckeyes managed to put up 76 points before the final whistle mercifully blew. Backup quarterback Kenny Guiton put up six first-half touchdowns en route to a 76-0 win.

If you enjoy lots of touchdowns and embarrassed defenses, Week 4 of college football was for you. Now we can look forward to actual competition as these Top 25 teams get into the meat of their schedules.

Gil Alcaraz IV is the Content Planner for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @GilAlcarazIV, like him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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