2018 College Football Rankings Week 6

10/10/2018

Your favorite college football ranking system is back for the 2018-19 college football season. Our format remains the same, to be the man you gotta beat the man. Teams are ranked based on the previous week's record, nothing else.

What a week for our top 25. 8 new teams enter the top 25 as things start to really shake up in the college football season. Most of our changes come courtesy of the SEC with Texas A&M, Florida and Mississippi State all pulling off upset wins. Texas and Oklahoma gave us a game for the ages proving that Kyler Murray is the real deal and kicking is still a vital part of any football team.

Welp we gave you three potential upsets and almost got shutout but thankfully Florida came through by defeating LSU. We were close on the Arizona State pick but Notre Dame dominated Virginia Tech and look to be one of the best teams in the country.

For week 7, we have some upsets for you. LSU over Georgia, AP #2 vs. AP #13, a close matchup that wouldn't be considered a major upset but still LSU over Georgia. Baylor over Texas. If you've followed Texas football over the last 5 years, you'll understand that it is tradition for them to have a major letdown after a big win. USC over Colorado. I fully expect undefeated Colorado to drop a game in their first real test of the season, a conference matchup away from home, Colorado loses this one.

Keep an eye on our upset picks and tune in next week to see the week's top 25.

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