Week 6 of college football has arrived, promising exciting clashes. On Saturday, mark your calendars as No. 3 Texas faces off against No. 12 Oklahoma in a timeless rivalry showdown, while No. 1 Georgia plays host to No. 20 Kentucky in two pivotal matchups.

Stay tuned right here for all the action, including scores, statistics, and television details, for the top 25 games.

College Football Top 25 Schedule and Scores for Week 6 (Saturday, Oct. 7):

  • No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 20 Kentucky at 7 p.m.
  • No. 2 Michigan at Minnesota at 7:30 p.m.
  • No. 3 Texas vs. No. 12 Oklahoma at 12 p.m.
  • No. 4 Ohio State vs. Maryland at 12 p.m.
  • No. 5 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech at 3:30 p.m.
  • No. 9 Southern Cal vs. Arizona at 10:30 p.m.
  • No. 10 Notre Dame at No. 25 Louisville at 7:30 p.m.
  • No. 11 Alabama at Texas A&M at 3:30 p.m.
  • No. 13 Washington State at UCLA at 3 p.m.
  • No. 14 North Carolina vs. Syracuse at 3:30 p.m.
  • No. 15 Oregon State at Cal at 10 p.m.
  • No. 16 Ole Miss vs. Arkansas at 7:30 p.m.
  • No. 17 Miami (Fla.) vs. Georgia Tech at 8 p.m.
  • No. 21 Missouri vs. No. 23 LSU at 12 p.m.
  • No. 24 Fresno State at Wyoming at 8 p.m.

College Football Top 25 Rankings for Week 6 (AP Poll):

  1. Georgia (35) – 1,501 points (Previous: 1) – Record: 5-0
  2. Michigan (12) – 1,436 points (Previous: 2) – Record: 5-0
  3. Texas (10) – 1,426 points (Previous: 3) – Record: 5-0
  4. Ohio State (1) – 1,357 points (Previous: 4) – Record: 4-0
  5. Florida State (4) – 1,336 points (Previous: 5) – Record: 4-0
  6. Penn State – 1,227 points (Previous: 6) – Record: 5-0
  7. Washington – 1,213 points (Previous: 7) – Record: 5-0
  8. Oregon – 1,113 points (Previous: 9) – Record: 5-0
  9. Southern California – 1,077 points (Previous: 9) – Record: 5-0
  10. Notre Dame – 975 points (Previous: 11) – Record: 5-1
  11. Alabama – 921 points (Previous: 12) – Record: 4-1
  12. Oklahoma – 840 points (Previous: 14) – Record: 5-0
  13. Washington State – 765 points (Previous: 16) – Record: 4-0
  14. North Carolina – 726 points (Previous: 15) – Record: 4-0
  15. Oregon State – 633 points (Previous: 19) – Record: 4-1
  16. Ole Miss – 616 points (Previous: 20) – Record: 4-1
  17. Miami (FL) – 589 points (Previous: 18) – Record: 4-0
  18. Utah – 454 points (Previous: 10) – Record: 4-1
  19. Duke – 384 points (Previous: 17) – Record: 4-1
  20. Kentucky – 344 points (Previous: NR) – Record: 5-0
  21. Missouri – 329 points (Previous: 23) – Record: 5-0
  22. Tennessee – 306 points (Previous: 21) – Record: 4-1
  23. LSU – 149 points (Previous: 13) – Record: 3-2
  24. Fresno State – 130 points (Previous: 25) – Record: 5-0
  25. Louisville – 90 points (Previous: NR) – Record: 5-0

In addition to the ranked teams, several other teams received votes in the college football rankings:

  • Maryland received 81 votes
  • Kansas State received 44 votes
  • Texas A&M received 31 votes
  • UCLA received 19 votes
  • Tulane received 8 votes
  • Air Force received 7 votes
  • Wisconsin received 6 votes
  • Clemson received 5 votes
  • West Virginia received 5 votes
  • Kansas received 3 votes
  • James Madison received 3 votes
  • Colorado received 1 vote

Here are the results of college football games for the top 25 teams during various weeks of the season:

Week 0 (Saturday, Aug. 26):

  • No. 6 USC defeated San Jose State 56-28
  • No. 13 Notre Dame defeated Navy 42-3 in Dublin, Ireland

Week 1 (Thursday, Aug. 31):

  • No. 14 Utah defeated Florida 24-11

Week 1 (Saturday, Sept. 2):

  • No. 1 Georgia defeated UT Martin 48-7
  • No. 2 Michigan defeated East Carolina 30-3
  • No. 3 Ohio State defeated Indiana 23-3
  • No. 4 Alabama defeated Middle Tennessee 56-7
  • No. 6 USC defeated Nevada 66-14
  • No. 7 Penn State defeated West Virginia 38-15
  • No. 10 Washington defeated Boise State 56-19
  • No. 11 Texas defeated Rice 37-10
  • No. 12 Tennessee defeated Virginia 49-13 in Nashville, Tenn.
  • No. 13 Notre Dame defeated Tennessee State 56-3
  • No. 15 Oregon defeated Portland State 81-7
  • No. 16 Kansas State defeated Southeast Missouri State 45-0
  • Colorado defeated No. 17 TCU 45-42
  • No. 19 Wisconsin defeated Buffalo 38-17
  • No. 20 Oklahoma defeated Arkansas State 73-0
  • No. 21 North Carolina defeated South Carolina 31-17 in Charlotte, N.C.
  • No. 22 Ole Miss defeated Mercer 73-7
  • No. 23 Texas A&M defeated New Mexico 52-10
  • No. 24 Tulane defeated South Alabama 37-17
  • No. 25 Iowa defeated Utah State 24-14

Week 2 (Saturday, Sept. 9):

  • No. 1 Georgia defeated Ball State 45-3
  • No. 2 Michigan defeated UNLV 35-7
  • No. 4 Florida State defeated Southern Miss 66-13
  • No. 5 Ohio State defeated Youngstown State 35-7
  • No. 6 USC defeated Stanford 56-10
  • No. 7 Penn State defeated Delaware 63-7
  • No. 8 Washington defeated Tulsa 43-10
  • No. 9 Tennessee defeated Austin Peay 30-13
  • No. 10 Notre Dame defeated NC State 45-24
  • No. 11 Texas defeated No. 3 Alabama 34-24
  • No. 12 Utah defeated Baylor 20-13
  • No. 13 Oregon defeated Texas Tech 38-30
  • No. 14 LSU defeated Grambling 72-10
  • No. 15 Kansas State defeated Troy 42-13
  • No. 16 Oregon State defeated UC Davis 55-7
  • No. 17 North Carolina defeated Appalachian State 40-34 (2OT)
  • No. 18 Oklahoma defeated SMU 28-11
  • No. 20 Ole Miss defeated No. 24 Tulane 37-20
  • No. 21 Duke defeated Lafayette 42-7
  • No. 22 Colorado defeated Nebraska 36-14
  • Miami (Fla.) defeated No. 23 Texas A&M 48-33
  • No. 25 Clemson defeated Charleston Southern 66-17

Week 3 (Thursday, Sept. 14):

  • No. 22 Miami (Fla.) defeated Bethune-Cookman 48-7

Week 3 (Saturday, Sept. 16):

  • No. 1 Georgia defeated South Carolina 24-14
  • No. 2 Michigan defeated Bowling Green 31-6
  • No. 3 Florida State defeated Boston College 31-29
  • No. 4 Texas defeated Wyoming 31-10
  • No. 6 Ohio State defeated Western Kentucky 63-10
  • No. 7 Penn State defeated Illinois 30-13
  • No. 8 Washington defeated Michigan State 41-7
  • No. 9 Notre Dame defeated Central Michigan 41-17
  • No. 10 Alabama defeated South Florida 17-3
  • Florida defeated No. 11 Tennessee 29-16
  • No. 12 Utah defeated Weber State 31-7
  • No. 13 Oregon defeated Hawai’i 55-10
  • No. 14 LSU defeated Mississippi State 41-14
  • Missouri defeated No. 15 Kansas State 30-27
  • No. 16 Oregon State defeated San Diego State 26-9
  • No. 17 Ole Miss defeated Georgia Tech 48-23
  • No. 18 Colorado defeated Colorado State 43-35
  • No. 19 Oklahoma defeated Tulsa 66-17
  • No. 20 North Carolina defeated Minnesota 31-13
  • No. 21 Duke defeated Northwestern 38-14
  • No. 23 Washington State defeated Northern Colorado 64-21
  • No. 24 UCLA defeated North Carolina Central 59-7
  • No. 25 Iowa defeated Western Michigan 41-10

Week 4 (Saturday, Sept. 23):

  • No. 1 Georgia defeated UAB 49-21
  • No. 2 Michigan defeated Rutgers 31-7
  • No. 3 Texas defeated Baylor 38-6
  • No. 4 Florida State defeated Clemson 31-24 (OT)
  • No. 5 USC defeated Arizona State 42-28
  • No. 6 Ohio State defeated No. 9 Notre Dame 17-14
  • No. 7 Penn State defeated No. 24 Iowa 31-0
  • No. 8 Washington defeated Cal 59-32
  • No. 10 Oregon defeated No. 19 Colorado 42-6
  • No. 11 Utah defeated No. 22 UCLA 14-7
  • No. 12 LSU defeated Arkansas 34-31
  • No. 13 Alabama defeated No. 15 Ole Miss 24-10
  • No. 21 Washington State defeated No. 14 Oregon State 38-35
  • No. 16 Oklahoma defeated Cincinnati 20-6
  • No. 17 North Carolina defeated Pitt 41-24
  • No. 18 Duke defeated UConn 41-7
  • No. 20 Miami (Fla.) defeated Temple 41-7
  • No. 23 Tennessee defeated UTSA 45-14
  • No. 25 Florida defeated Charlotte 22-7

Week 5 (Friday, Sept. 29):

  • No. 19 Oregon State defeated No. 10 Utah 21-7

Week 5 (Saturday, Sept. 30):

  • No. 1 Georgia defeated Auburn 27-20
  • No. 2 Michigan defeated Nebraska 45-7
  • No. 3 Texas defeated No. 24 Kansas 40-14
  • No. 6 Penn State defeated Northwestern 41-13
  • No. 7 Washington defeated Arizona 31-24
  • No. 8 USC defeated Colorado 48-41
  • No. 9 Oregon defeated Stanford 42-6
  • No. 11 Notre Dame defeated No. 17 Duke 21-14
  • No. 12 Alabama defeated Mississippi State 40-17
  • No. 20 Ole Miss defeated No. 13 LSU 55-49
  • No. 14 Oklahoma defeated Iowa State 50-20
  • No. 21 Tennessee defeated South Carolina 41-20
  • Kentucky defeated No. 22 Florida 33-14
  • No. 23 Missouri defeated Vanderbilt 38-21
  • No. 25 Fresno State defeated Nevada 27-9″

Reference:

https://sports.yahoo.com/college-football/rankings/

https://www.ncaa.com/news/football/article/2023-10-01/college-football-scores-top-25-rankings-schedule-results-week-5

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