The unbeaten teams keep falling by the wayside, with five more schools dropping out of that shrinking club that now has only 11 members after six weeks of the 2016 college football season.
Several matchups of ranked teams led to another notable shake-up in the Bleacher Report Top 25—not so much in the top tier but throughout the rankings overall.
Our poll is voted on by 17 members of our college football staff: writers Greg Couch, Tyler Donohue, Ed Feng, David Kenyon, Sanjay Kirpalani, Adam Kramer, Kerry Miller, Brian Pedersen, David Regimbal, Barrett Sallee, Damon Sayles, Brad Shepard, Greg Wallace and Christopher Walsh; video staff member Hunter Mandel; and editors Eric Bowman and Eric Yates.
First-place votes are worth 25 points, with each subsequent vote worth one fewer point all the way down to one for 25th place. The 25 teams with the most poll points make our list, with the rest falling into the “others receiving votes” category.
Check out where everyone stands after Week 6, then give us your thoughts in the comments section.
Source: Bleacher Report-CFB News