JFP College Football Top 25 Poll: Week Six | Jackson Free Press | Jackson, MS

JFP College Football Top 25 Poll: Week Six

It was a bloodbath for Top 25 teams last week. Ranked teams were going down faster than characters in a "Walking Dead" season finale.

It's almost easier to name ranked teams that won last week than those that lost. It was a shake-up on Saturday and after the dust settled, Mississippi now sits with two teams in the top five.

The Big Ten no longer has an unbeaten team and only Arizona is left undefeated in the Pac-12. Georgia Tech and Florida State are unscathed in the ACC. Baylor and TCU meet this week, which will leave only one team undefeated in the Big 12.

October is turning into a horror movie, and the sequel is this weekend.

Rank / Team / Record / Previous Rank

1 Florida State Seminoles 5-0 1

2 Auburn Tigers 5-0 3

3 Mississippi Rebels 5-0 10

4 Mississippi State Bulldogs 5-0 14

5 Baylor Bears 5-0 8

6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 5-0 9

7 Michigan State Spartans 4-1 11

8 Alabama Crimson Tide 4-1 2

9 Arizona Wildcats 5-0 NR

10 TCU Horned Frogs 4-0 25

11 Georgia Bulldogs 4-1 12

12 Texas A&M Aggies 5-1 7

13 Oklahoma Sooners 4-1 4

14 Oregon Ducks 4-1 5

15 Ohio State Buckeyes 4-1 20

16 UCLA Bruins 4-1 6

17 East Carolina Pirates 4-1 21

18 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 5-0 NR

19 Oklahoma State Cowboys 4-1 24

20 Kansas State Wildcats 4-1 22

21 Marshall Thundering Herd 5-0 NR

22 Utah Utes 4-1 NR

23 Nebraska Cornhuskers 5-1 19

24 Missouri Tigers 4-1 NR

25 Kentucky Wildcats 4-1 NR

Dropped out: Wisconsin Badgers, Stanford Cardinals, LSU Tigers, USC Trojans, BYU Cougars

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