College football rankings 2017: Week 6 AP, Coaches Poll

By Kevin Kelley -

College football rankings for week 6 have been released, and UCF and Washington State made the biggest jumps in both polls.

UCF, which defeated Memphis 40-13 at home, moved into the AP Poll and he Coaches Poll to No. 25

Washington State, which upset then No. 5 USC 30-27, moved up five spots in both the AP Poll and the Coaches Poll to No. 11.

The top four teams are the same in both Week 6 polls: Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Penn State.

Below are the full AP and Coaches Polls for Week 6 of the 2017 season:

AP Poll – Week 6

1. Alabama (44)
2. Clemson (17)
3. Oklahoma
4. Penn State
5. Georgia
6. Washington
7. Michigan
8. TCU
9. Wisconsin
10. Ohio State
11. Washington State
12. Auburn
13. Miami, FL
14. USC
15. Oklahoma State
16. Virginia Tech
17. Louisville
18. USF
19. San Diego State
20. Utah
21. Notre Dame
22. Florida
23. West Virginia
24. NC State
25. UCF

Coaches Poll – Week 6
1. Alabama (59)
2. Clemson (6)
3. Oklahoma
4. Penn State
5. Washington
6. Georgia
7. Michigan
8. Wisconsin
9. Ohio State
10. TCU
11. Washington State
12. Miami, FL
13. Auburn
15. USC
16. USF
17. Louisville
18. Utah
19. Virginia Tech
20. Florida
21. San Diego State
22. Notre Dame
23. West Virginia
24. NC State
25. UCF

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UCF, USF & Florida are in but there is no FSU, weird to see. No one even comes close to playing as well as Bama & Clemson are right now but the rest of the top 10 is pretty strong, now that USC is once again out. It. Pac-12 North seems to be getting better, BIG East is really good & actually the Big-12 is playing some good ball.