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College Football Rankings 2020: Reviewing NCAA Week 6 Standings Before Saturday | Bleacher Report

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence passes against LSU during the second half of a NCAA College Football Playoff national championship game Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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College football has technically been back for more than a month, but in Week 6, it feels like it is back full-force. 

That’s because the Top 25 could see a major shakeup, with four games in which ranked teams will play each other—including a top-10 matchup between No. 1 Clemson and No. 7 Miami in ACC action. 

With a truncated schedule and teams starting the season late, the margin for error is slim. Each game counts, and it’s going to be harder to bounce back from a loss even at this point in the campaign. There are quite a few teams facing their toughest challenge of the season, so this is as important a Saturday as there has been so far. 

Here’s a final overview of the AP Top 25 poll and the standings heading into the vital Saturday slate of games. 

        

AP Top 25 Poll

1. Clemson (3-0)

2. Alabama (2-0)

3. Georgia (2-0)

4. Florida (2-0)

5. Notre Dame (2-0)

6. Ohio State (0-0)

7. Miami (3-0)

8. North Carolina (2-0)

9. Penn State (0-0)

10. Oklahoma State (3-0)

11. Cincinnati (3-0)

12. Oregon (0-0)

13. Auburn (1-1)

14. Tennessee (2-0)

15. BYU (3-0)

16. Wisconsin (0-0)

17. LSU (1-1)

18. SMU (4-0)

19. Virginia Tech (2-0)

20. Michigan (0-0)

21. Texas A&M (1-1)

22. Texas (2-1)

23. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-0)

24. Iowa State (2-1)

25. Minnesota (0-0)

     

Top 25 Schedule—Saturday, October 10

No. 4 Florida  at No. 21 Texas A&M, noon, ESPN

No. 19 Virginia Tech at No. 8 North Carolina, noon, ABC

Missouri at No. 17 LSU, noon

No. 22 Texas at Oklahoma, noon, Fox

No. 14 Tennessee at No. 3 Georgia, 3:30 p.m., CBS

UTSA at No. 15 BYU, 3:30 p.m., ESPN2

Texas Tech at No. 24 Iowa State, 3:30 p.m., ABC

Arkansas at No. 13 Auburn, 4 p.m., SEC Network

No. 2 Alabama at Ole Miss, 6 p.m., ESPN

No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson, 7:30 p.m., ABC

Florida State at No. 5 Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m., NBC

     

Top Games

No. 4 Florida at No. 21 Texas A&M

Florida won’t get a chance to play Alabama this season unless they meet in the SEC Championship Game, but they’ll get a crack at a direct comparison this week. The Crimson Tide blew out the Aggies 52-24 in Week 5, and now the Gators will go to Kyle Field. 

Awaiting them will be an Aggies team that is difficult to get a read on just two games into the season. Expectations were high with Kellen Mond and Jimbo Fisher entering their third year together. The results thus far have been less than inspiring, though. 

The Aggies offense generated just 17 points in their five-point win over Vanderbilt to open the season, and then Mond was unable to keep up with Mac Jones and the Alabama offense in a 52-24 loss. 

Another crushing loss would be devastating for A&M. 

On the other side, Florida’s duo of Kyle Trask at quarterback and Kyle Pitts at