Oregon, Washington, Utah Lead Pac-12 In Week 6 Rankings

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Alabama’s Crimson Tide continues to lead all teams in our Week 6 national rankings, as they have from the preseason.  (The Coaches Poll now also shows Alabama as its top-ranked team.)

Clemson continues in second. The Tigers’ close call against North Carolina was not terribly costly in the rankings because the Tar Heels have become a rather formidable foe under new/old coach Mack Brown.

Georgia remains third and Oklahoma moved into fourth after evicting idle LSU.

Notre Dame made the biggest jump as the Fighting Irish defeated nationally-ranked Virginia 35-20 to move from 12th to seventh.

Our system was 43-12 in game predictions and now stands 279-60 (82%) for the season.  Some of our favorite predictions were:

Fresno State over New Mexico State, predicted 33-17.  Final was 30-17.

Vanderbilt over N. Illinois, predicted 24-20.  Final was 24-18.

Notre Dame over Virginia, predicted 33-24.  Final was 35-20.

Memphis over Navy, predicted 36-28.  Final was 35-23. 

Louisiana Tech over Rice, predicted 28-20.   Final was 23-20.

Southern Miss over UTEP, predicted 32-17.  Final was 31-13.

[For all of our game predictions, click here.]

PAC-12 rankings:

  1.  Oregon 3-1
  2.  Washington 3-1
  3.  Utah 3-1
  4.  Arizona State 3-1
  5.  Washington State 3-1
  6.  USC 3-2
  7.  California 4-1
  8.  Arizona 3-1
  9.  Stanford 2-3
  10.  Colorado 3-1
  11.  UCLA 1-4
  12.  Oregon State 1-3

 Our national top 25 . . .

1. Alabama 5-0

2. Clemson 5-0

3. Georgia 4-0

4. Oklahoma 4-0

5. LSU 4-0

6. Ohio State 5-0

7. Notre Dame 3-1

8. Penn State 4-0

9. Auburn 5-0

10. Iowa 4-0

11. Florida 5-0

12. Texas 3-1

13. Oregon 3-1

14. Wisconsin 4-0

15. Washington 4-1

16. Boise State 7-0

17. Michigan State 4-1

18. Michigan 3-1

19. Utah 4-1

20. UCF 4-1

21. Oklahoma State 4-1

22. West Virginia 3-1

23. Minnesota 4-0

24. Wake Forest 5-0

25. N Carolina State 3-2

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Bobby Albrant

Bobby Albrant is a former journalism major at the University of Oregon, creator of Savvygameline.com for college football predictions and rankings, former analyst for Southern Mississippi football games, and twenty years coaching girls basketball for all ages through CIF high school. He has three grown children with his youngest daughter playing on the Ventura (Ca) High School basketball team that defeated Dom Lugo High School and was the last high school game ever played by Diana Taurasi. He can be reached at bobbywildcat@gmail.com.

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