Sep 28, 2013; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron (10) greets Mississippi Rebels defensive end Robert Nkemdiche (5) following Alabama 25-0 victory over the Mississippi Rebels at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

FanSided Top 25 Week 6: Alabama Is Back On Top

Despite a brief lapse from the top spot, Alabama’s shutout of Ole Miss Saturday powered the Crimson Tide back to No. 1 in the FanSided Top 25. Oregon snatched the top ranking last week, and was just three points off the lead in the Week 6 voting.

Oregon’s Pac-12 rival Stanford Cardinal earned one first place vote. Stanford is No. 3, edging out Clemson and Ohio State, which round out the Top 5.

The SEC remains the most well represented conference with six teams in the Top 25. The Pac-12 checks in with five by virtue of Arizona State’s return to the poll. The Big 12 has four, and the Big Ten and ACC both have three.

Rank Team (First Place Votes) Record Points
1. Alabama Crimson Tide (6) 4-0 293
2. Oregon Ducks (5) 4-0 290
3. Stanford Cardinal (1) 4-0 267
4. Clemson Tigers 4-0 264
5. Ohio State Buckeyes 5-0 257
6. Georgia Bulldogs 3-1 235
7. Louisville Cardinals 4-0 218
8. Florida State Seminoles 4-0 210
9. Texas A&M Aggies 4-1 190
10. UCLA Bruins 3-0 182
11t. LSU Tigers 4-1 174
11t. Oklahoma Sooners 4-0 174
13. Miami Hurricanes 4-0 170
14. Washington Huskies 4-0 151
15. South Carolina Gamecocks 3-1 142
16. Baylor Bears 3-0 122
17. Northwestern Wildcats 4-0 114
18. Florida Gators 3-1 85
19. Michigan Wolverines 4-0 61
20. Texas Tech Red Raiders 4-0 59
21. Fresno State Bulldogs 4-0 51
22. Arizona State Sun Devils 3-1 47
23. Oklahoma State Cowboys 3-1 32
24. Maryland Terrapins 4-0 22
25. Northern Illinois Huskies 4-0 16

Others Receiving Votes: Ole Miss Rebels 12; Rutgers Scarlet Knights 8; Wisconsin Badgers 7; UCF Knights 7; Virginia Tech Hokies 6; Missouri Tigers 5; Oregon State Beavers 5; Nebraska Cornhuskers 1

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