The 2013 NCAA football rankings for Week 6 are out and the Top 10 teams have a bit of shuffle going on. While the top five remain in tack from last week, the Georgia Bulldogs have jumped from No. 9 to No. 6, while Texas A&M kept their chances of a BCS Title shot alive by thumping Arkansas and moving up a spot from No. 10 to No. 9.
According to an updated ESPN poll on Sept 29, Alabama is still the overwhelming No. 1 team in the land as they received 55 of the 60 first place votes from sportswriters across the US.
The hometown Michigan Wolverines are still undefeated on the season at 4-0, yet they have fallen in the rankings for the third straight week.
Michigan dropped from No. 18 to No. 19. in the latest poll, and they didn't even suit up this past weekend! Talk about tough luck.
It officially looks like Notre Dame will not get a second straight chance at winning a BCS Title as they have fallen out of the top 25 rankings. Along with the Irish, the Wisconsin Badgers have also dropped from the rankings.
Here is a look at the Week 6 top 25 standings.
1 Alabama (55)
2 Oregon (5)
4 Ohio State
8 Florida State
9 Texas A&M
13 South Carolina
14 Miami (FL)
20 Texas Tech
21 Oklahoma State
22 Arizona State
23 Fresno State
24 Ole Miss