Joel Klatt released his top 10 rankings Sunday following Week 4 games and included 4 SEC teams — some new, some old.

At 1, 2 and 3, Klatt had Georgia, Ohio State and Alabama. These 3 teams seem to be the interchangeable top 3 at this point, and they all had convincing wins on Saturday to cement their place. Georgia beat Kent State, Ohio State beat Wisconsin and Alabama dominated Vanderbilt.

At No. 4 and 5 he had Michigan and Clemson. Despite these 2 teams struggling against Maryland and Wake Forest, they still cracked the top 5.

At No. 6 he had Kentucky, who also struggled in Week 4. The Wildcats beat Northern Illinois 31-23.

Oklahoma State was firm at No. 7 with a bye this week.

USC came in at No. 8 after narrowly escaping Oregon State on Saturday. Penn State landed at No. 9 after a big win over Central Michigan.

Rounding out the list was Tennessee at No. 10. The Vols defeated rival Florida on Saturday for the first time since 2016 and they are off to a 4-0 start.