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Week Six College Football Polls Released

The AP and Coaches Polls were released Sunday afternoon.

NCAA Football: Mississippi at Alabama John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Week five of the college football season has come and gone and the latest edition of both the AP and USA Today Coaches Polls were released on Sunday afternoon.

To no one’s surprise, Alabama remains solid at #1 according to the voters following their 66-3 win over Ole Miss on Saturday night. Equally impressive was Clemson’s dominating win in Blacksburg over 12th ranked Virginia Tech. The win was enough to keep the Tigers at #2 in both major polls. There were, however a few shake ups as Washington State took a major jump after their 30-27 win over 5th ranked USC on Friday. The Trojans tumbled out of the top five all the way down to 14 in the AP and 15 in the Coaches.

As far as the SEC is concerned, both LSU and Mississippi State exit the top 25 following two bad losses on Saturday, while Auburn moves up a notch in both polls. After blanking Tennessee, 41-0 on Saturday, Georgia entered the top 5 in the AP Poll, coming in at #5. Florida, despite a 38-24 win over Vanderbilt dropped a spot for the second straight week in the AP poll.

Here is how both polls look heading into week six:

AP Poll:

1 Alabama

2 Clemson

3 Oklahoma

4 Penn State

5 Georgia

6 Washington

7 Michigan

8 TCU

9 Wisconsin

10 Ohio State

11 Washington State

12 Auburn

13 Miami

14 USC

15 Oklahoma State

16 Virginia Tech

17 Louisville

18 USF

19 San Diego State

20 Utah

21 Notre Dame

22 Florida

23 West Virginia

24 NC State

25 UCF


USA Today Coaches Poll:

1 Alabama

2 Clemson

3 Oklahoma

4 Penn State

5 Washington

6 Georgia

7 Michigan

8 Wisconsin

9 Ohio State

10 TCU

11 Washington State

12 Miami

13 Auburn

14 Oklahoma State

15 USC

16 USF

17 Louisville

18 Utah

19 Virginia Tech

20 Florida

21 San Diego State

22 Notre Dame

23 West Virginia

24 NC State

25 UCF