After 4,284 days, two SEC titles, one national championship and countless grass smoothies, the Les Miles era came to an end at LSU on Sunday.

As Tigers players celebrated a game-winning score in the Jordan-Hare Stadium end zone, what looked like "another LSU miracle finish" was reviewed and overturned because the clock had expired. Auburn won, and LSU just missed out on starting the 2016 coaching carousel on Sunday by firing Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron a couple hours after FIU canned Ron Turner.

The LSU team that has been around the top of the CBS Sports 128 for much of the rankings' existence plummeted and is now No. 45 following its latest the loss.

LSU's slide was the headline in Week 4 updates, but just as impressive was Ole Miss' bounce back into the rankings. The Rebels are now slotted at No. 16 after beating Georgia at home. Wisconsin, up three spots ranked at No. 9, got arguably one of the biggest win of the weekend knocking off Michigan State. For the most part, the rest of the top 10 only saw a slight adjustment in their standings.

College football experts from CBS Sports -- and for the first time this year, partner 247Sports -- contribute ballots each week, which are averaged together for our rankings. You can see the top-25 below, and 26-128 on our rankings page.

RANKTEAMRECORDPREVIOUS
1Alabama4-01
2Ohio State3-02
3Louisville4-03
4Michigan4-04
5Houston4-06
6Clemson4-07
7Stanford3-05
8Texas A&M4-09
9Wisconsin4-012
10Washington4-08
11Miami3-011
12Tennessee4-015
13Baylor4-014
14Nebraska4-013
15Florida State3-119
16Ole Miss2-230
17Utah4-025
18Boise State3-021
19Florida3-117
20San Diego State3-024
21Texas2-120
22Arkansas3-116
23Michigan State2-110
24UCLA2-223
25TCU 3-131

Though the movement at the top was minimal, that's only the calm before the storm. In Week 5, we'll get No. 3 Louisville at No. 6 Clemson, No. 9 Wisconsin at No. 4 Michigan, and No. 7 Stanford at No. 9 Washington. Both Pac-12 North contenders actually dropped back a couple spots this week after tight conference wins, and for the Huskies, this weekend feels like a moment to capitalize on the hype that's been building for nearly nine months.

Biggest movers

  • Ole Miss (+14): No team has been more volatile in the CBS Sports 128 for 2016 than Ole Miss. The Rebels' movement up and down the rankings looks like a stock market readout, reappearing in the top 25 this week at No. 16 following a blowout win against Georgia. Doubt Chad Kelly if you want, but with two of their toughest opponents in the rear-view mirror, it looks like the Rebels are going to even out over October and maybe even start to climb back to the top.
  • Utah (+8): Now at 4-0, Kyle Whittingham has the Utes positioned to make a run in the wide-open Pac-12 South. There are tough spots ahead in October against UCLA and Washington, but it's time to start considering the idea that Utah-Colorado on Nov. 26 could be a winner-take-all for the division title.
  • Michigan State (-13): The other side of Wisconsin's impressive second-half dominance is a slide for the Spartans. The cross-division loss has already set Michigan State back in the Big Ten East race, but that ground can be made up quickly with head-to-head victories. The CBS Sports 128 voters know Mark Dantonio's program well enough to avoid giving up on the Spartans this early in the season.
  • Georgia (-15): The Bulldogs fell out of the rankings after getting stuck in the mud against the Rebels. Facing an early deficit with a freshman quarterback on the road is never fun, especially against the the Land Shark defense. Fins up, Dawgs down to No. 33.
  • LSU (-16): Many of the CBS Sports 128 ballots were getting filled out as news broke that Les Miles was out at LSU. Hard to imagine the Tigers climbing back in a season that the administration has already punted on, but they're still in the top 50 at No. 45

Check out the rest of the CBS Sports 128: Teams ranked 26-128