College football Coaches Poll Top 25, Week 6: Georgia to No. 6, Oklahoma to top 10

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Lots of movings and shakings in the Coaches' Poll after a week with four matchups between ranked teams.

Georgia climbs to No. 6 while LSU falls to No. 11 after the Bulldogs' home win over the Tigers, but the big story is the state of Oklahoma. The Cowboys dropped quite a ways after their loss to unranked West Virginia, allowing in-state rivals Oklahoma (who beat Notre Dame) to pass them in the poll.

Ole Miss, Notre Dame and Wisconsin all dropped as well after losses to higher-ranked opponents. Joining are NIU, Arizona State, and Nebraska.

Alabama holds on to the top spot after a convincing win over the Rebels, with Oregon and Clemson right behind after dominating victories of their own.

1 Alabama (59) 4-0 1546 1
2 Oregon (2) 4-0 1479 2
3 Ohio St. 5-0 1397 3
4 Clemson (1) 4-0 1352 4
5 Stanford 4-0 1325 5
6 Georgia 3-1 1148 10
7 Louisville 4-0 1147 7
8 Florida St. 4-0 1129 8
9 Texas A&M 4-1 1072 9
10 Oklahoma 4-0 964 12
11 LSU 4-1 931 6
12 South Carolina 3-1 860 13
13 UCLA 3-0 812 14
14 Miami 4-0 727 15
15 Northwestern 4-0 620 16
16 Baylor 3-0 573 18
17 Michigan 4-0 546 17
18 Washington 4-0 545 20
19 Florida 3-1 515 19
20 Oklahoma St. 3-1 330 11
21 Fresno St. 4-0 270 23
22 Texas Tech 4-0 231 25
23 Northern Illinois 4-0 131 NR
24 Arizona St. 3-1 118 NR
25 Nebraska 3-1 71

The Coaches' Poll does matter, even though it probably shouldn't. The people who are supposed to vote on it (the coaches) have no time to watch other games, as they are coaching their own team on Saturdays (and the rest of the week). The people who do vote on it (media relations staff) also have no time to watch other games, as they too work during their team's games.

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