College football rankings: Michigan, Oklahoma take big falls after upset losses

Michigan and Oklahoma are the main casualties of an upset-filled Week 6 in college football. The Wolverines and Sooners dropped drastically in the rankings after losses to Michigan State and Iowa State, respectively. As a result, the newest college football rankings feature a new-look top 10.

College football rankings: Michigan, Oklahoma take big falls after upset losses

College football rankings: Michigan, Oklahoma take big falls after upset losses

The Sooners dropped from No. 3 to No. 12 in both polls. Michigan dropped to No. 17 in the AP Poll and No. 16 in the Coaches Poll.

In the AP Poll, Washington State entered the top 10 as it stayed undefeated with a win over Oregon. TCU shot up to No. 6 after a win over Big 12 rival West Virginia.

Previously unranked teams entering the rankings this week include Michigan State, Central Florida, Stanford, Texas Tech and undefeated Navy. Louisville, Florida and West Virginia dropped out of both polls after suffering upset losses this weekend. Lousville lost to NC State on Thursday and Florida lost at home to a previously-struggling LSU team.

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The Big Ten has five teams in the week's poll, the most of any conference. It is followed by the Big 12, ACC and Pac-12 with four teams each. The SEC has three teams in the rankings along with the American conference. With Utah ranked No. 23 in the Coaches Poll, the Pac-12 has five teams in the Coaches Poll.

Here is a look at the latest college football rankings entering Week 7 of the season.


College football rankings: Top 25 AP Poll


Rank Team No. 1 votes W-L
No. 1 Alabama 43 6-0
No. 2 Clemson 18 6-0
No. 3 Penn State 0 6-0
No. 4 Georgia 0 6-0
No. 5 Washington 0 6-0
No. 6 TCU 0 5-0
No. 7 Wisconsin 0 5-0
No. 8 Washington State 0 6-0
No. 9 Ohio State 0 5-1
No. 10 Auburn 0 5-1
No. 11 Miami (Fla.) 0 4-0
Rank Team No. 1 votes W-L
No. 1 Alabama 57 6-0
No. 2 Clemson 8 6-0
No. 3 Penn State 0 6-0
No. 4 Washington 0 6-0
No. 5 Georgia 0 6-0
No. 6 Wisconsin 0 5-0
No. 7 TCU 0 5-0
No. 8 Ohio State 0 5-1
No. 9 Washington State 0 6-0
No. 10 Miami (FL) 0 4-0
No. 11 Auburn 0 5-1
No. 12 Oklahoma 0 4-1
No. 13 USC 0 5-1
No. 14 Oklahoma State 0 4-1
No. 15 South Florida 0 5-0
No. 16 Michigan 0 4-1
No. 17 Virginia Tech 0 5-1
No. 18 San Diego State 0 6-0
No. 19 Notre Dame 0 5-1
No. 20 NC State 0 5-1
No. 21 Central Florida 0 5-1
No. 22 Michigan State 0 4-1
No. 23 Utah 0 4-1
No. 24 Navy 0 5-0
No. 25 Stanford 0 4-2
No. 11 Auburn 0 5-1 No. 12 Oklahoma 0 4-1 No. 13 USC 0 5-1 No. 14 Oklahoma State 0 4-1 No. 15 Virginia Tech 0 5-1 No. 16 Notre Dame 0 5-1 No. 17 Michigian 0 4-1 No. 18 South Florida 0 5-0 No. 19 San Diego State 0 6-0 No. 20 NC State 0 5-1 No. 21 Michigan State 0 4-1 No. 22 Central Florida 0 4-0 No. 23 Stanford 0 4-2 No. 24 Texas Tech 0 4-1 No. 25 Navy 0 5-0

Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 39, West Virginia 26, Louisville 25, Utah 17, LSU 9, Florida 9, Kentucky 6, Iowa St. 5, Texas A&M 4, Memphis 2


College football rankings: Coaches Poll

No. 11 Miami (Fla.) 0 4-0

Rank Team No. 1 votes W-L
No. 1 Alabama 57 6-0
No. 2 Clemson 8 6-0
No. 3 Penn State 0 6-0
No. 4 Washington 0 6-0
No. 5 Georgia 0 6-0
No. 6 Wisconsin 0 5-0
No. 7 TCU 0 5-0
No. 8 Ohio State 0 5-1
No. 9 Washington State 0 6-0
No. 10 Miami (FL) 0 4-0
No. 11 Auburn 0 5-1
No. 12 Oklahoma 0 4-1
No. 13 USC 0 5-1
No. 14 Oklahoma State 0 4-1
No. 15 South Florida 0 5-0
No. 16 Michigan 0 4-1
No. 17 Virginia Tech 0 5-1
No. 18 San Diego State 0 6-0
No. 19 Notre Dame 0 5-1
No. 20 NC State 0 5-1
No. 21 Central Florida 0 5-1
No. 22 Michigan State 0 4-1
No. 23 Utah 0 4-1
No. 24 Navy 0 5-0
No. 25 Stanford 0 4-2

No. 11 Auburn 0 5-1

Others receiving votes: Louisville 85; Georgia Tech 47; Kentucky 41; Texas Tech 29; West Virginia 29; Florida 23; Texas A&M 14; Troy 10; LSU 9; Memphis 9; Virginia 5; Wake Forest 5; Iowa State 4; Iowa 3; Mississippi State 3; South Carolina 3; Texas 2; Colorado State 2.

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