Week 6 top 25

With Alabama losing, we got a new No. 1 and a whole lot of shuffling.

1. Ohio State (2) – Buckeyes moved into top spot with rout of Indiana.
2. Oregon (3) – Ducks win ho-hum game with overmatched Washington State.
3. Nebraska (5) – Cajon/Corona Centennial product Taylor Martinez absolutely devastating at QB for Cornhuskers.
4. Boise State (4) – Broncos waste Toledo to keep rolling.
5. TCU (6) – Horned Frogs register second straight shutout.
6. Oklahoma (7) – Sooners move up during bye.
7. Auburn (9) – All of a sudden, the win over South Carolina looks pretty darn good.
8. LSU (11) – I don’t get how they do it, but the Tigers keep winning.
9. South Carolina (19) – Gamecocks make huge jump after jumping Alabama.
10. Utah (10) – It’s rough to score 68 points and not move up. Such is life.
11. Alabama (1) – Can’t justify ranking them higher, especially with Florida and Penn State tanking.
12. Michigan State (16) – Spartans make statement with lopsided win at Michigan.
13. Arkansas (12) – Razorbacks drop after narrow win over Texas A&M.
14. Stanford (13) – Jim Harbaugh and the Cardinal have USC’s number.
15. Florida State (21) – 45-17 win over Miami most impressive Seminole win in a long time.
16. Arizona (8) – Oregon State catches Wildcats napping.
17. Iowa (15) – Hawkeyes still below Arizona for now. Has a chance for quality road win this week at Michigan.
18. Wisconsin (20) – Badgers can throw Big Ten race into chaos with an upset of Ohio State this week.
19. Missouri (23) – Tigers have been extremely stifling on defense.
20. Nevada (22) – Wolfpack stay undefeated under QB Colin Kaepernick.
21. Oklahoma State (24) – Cowboys feasting on soft schedule right now.
22. Oregon State (NR) – After near-misses against TCU and Boise State, Beavers finally get the big road win they were looking for.
23. Air Force (NR) – Falcons move into poll for the first time.
24. Florida (18) – Gators are in a freefall with two straight losses.
25. Michigan (17) – Apparently Denard Robinson is human.

Under consideration: West Virginia, Miami (Fla), Virginia Tech

Dropped out: No. 14 Miami (Fla), No. 25 Kansas State