The updated college football rankings — AP Top 25 and the Coaches Poll — will be released Sunday afternoon.

The biggest shocker from Week 4 came when unranked Kansas State defeated No. 6 Oklahoma. The Sooners had been playing very well, and the Wildcats went into Norman and pulled the upset. Anything can happen, but Oklahoma will have a tough time getting back into the College Football Playoff race.

Elsewhere in the Top 25, Texas A&M defeated Arkansas in the Southwest Classic. The Hogs grabbed an early 14-0 lead; however, the Aggies came marching back in the second quarter and second half. Arkansas doinked the would-be winning field goal off the right upright to lose in heartbreaking fashion.

The Tennessee Volunteers may make a sizable jump this week in the rankings after defeating Florida. Can Tennessee make it to Atlanta? The Vols have a tough schedule remaining with No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Alabama, a top 10 ranked Kentucky squad and an improving LSU team.

Below is how we think the college football rankings AP Top 25 will look Sunday afternoon.

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 3 Projection

1. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Kent State)
2. Alabama Crimson Tide (def. Vanderbilt)
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (def. Wisconsin)
4. Michigan Wolverines (def. Maryland)
5. Clemson Tigers (def. Wake Forest)
6. USC Trojans (def. Oregon State)
7. Tennessee Volunteers (def. Florida)
8. Kentucky Wildcats (def. Northern Illinois)
9. Oklahoma State Cowboys (bye)
10. NC State Wolfpack (def. UConn)
11. Utah Utes (def. Arizona State)
12. Penn State Nittany Lions (def. Central Michigan)
13. Oklahoma Sooners (lost to Kansas State)
14. Ole Miss Rebels (def. Tulsa)
15. Oregon Ducks (def. Washington State)
16. Baylor Bears (def. Iowa State)
17. Washington Huskies (def. Stanford)
18. Texas A&M Aggies (def. Arkansas)
19. Minnesota Golden Gophers (def. Michigan State)
20. Arkansas Razorbacks (lost to Texas A&M)
21. Kansas State Wildcats (def. Oklahoma)
22. Florida State Seminoles (def. Boston College)
23. BYU Cougars (def. Wyoming)
24. Pittsburgh Panthers (def. Rhode Island)
25. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (lost to Clemson)