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2015 College Football Polls: Week 6

A quick look at the latest college football rankings, and a look ahead at the upcoming games.

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Week 6 Polls

AP Coaches Massey S&P+
1 Ohio State (38) Ohio State (50) Oklahoma Alabama
2 TCU (5) TCU (4) Ohio State Oklahoma
3 Baylor (10) Michigan State (1) Alabama Michigan
4 Michigan State Baylor (5) Utah Clemson
5 Utah (7) LSU (1) LSU Florida
6 Clemson Clemson Texas A&M USC
7 LSU Utah (1) TCU West Virginia
8 Alabama Florida State Baylor Florida State
9 Texas A&M (1) Oklahoma Clemson LSU
10 Oklahoma Alabama Northwestern Stanford
11 Florida Texas A&M Stanford Duke
12 Florida State Florida Florida Notre Dame
13 Northwestern Ole Miss Florida State Louisville
14 Ole Miss Northwestern Michigan Ole Miss
15 Notre Dame Notre Dame Ole Miss Toledo
16 Stanford Georgia USC Wisconsin
17 USC USC Michigan State Arkansas
18 Michigan Stanford Notre Dame Boston College
19 Georgia Oklahoma State UCLA Utah
20 UCLA UCLA Georgia Penn State
21 Oklahoma State Michigan Iowa Navy
22 Iowa Cal Oklahoma State Texas A&M
23 Cal Iowa West Virginia Iowa
24 Toledo Boise State Toledo Minnesota
25 Boise State Memphis Navy Ohio State

Georgia Overview

Well, we all know what happened against Alabama.  No need to bring it back up again.  Moving along.

Georgia will look to rebound against the Tennessee Volunteers this weekend, with all of their season goals still attainable.


Fell Out: #19 Wisconsin, #21 Mississippi State, #23 West Virginia

Newcomers: #22 Iowa, #24 Toledo, #25 Boise State


#11 Florida.  Let’s pump the breaks on the Gator hype.  Yes, the 38-10 win against Ole Miss was a great win for the program and for new head coach Jim McElwain, but let’s not forget the struggles Florida experienced against Kentucky and Tennessee.  They jumped far too high in the most recent polls and will come crashing back down this month.


Memphis.  The coaches ranked Memphis #25, but the writers felt like they were not worthy of a spot in the AP Poll.  Quarterback Paxton Lynch is a dark horse Heisman finalist, and the Tigers can prove their worth the next time they step on the field in two weeks at home against Ole Miss.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#13 Northwestern at #18 Michigan

#23 Cal at #5 Utah

Upset Alert

Last week, I correctly predicted Iowa going into Madison and beating the Wisconsin Badgers.  After two straight duds, I needed that one.

This week, I’m going with the Missouri Tigers and new quarterback Drew Lock to upset Florida in Columbia.