The Associated Press Top 25 votes will be interesting to watch for Week 7 after eight ranked teams, including three in the top 10, fell in Week 6.

After Saturday, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Oklahoma and Texas will all have 5-1. How will voters sort those five teams out?

LSU was the highest ranked team of the bunch (No. 5) and has the most impressive resume, knocking off then-No. 8 Miami in Week 1 and then-No. 7 Auburn in Week 3. Those wins will probably keep LSU ahead of Florida even after the No. 22 Gators pulled off the upset.

If it’s any consolation, Florida will almost certainly pass the Kentucky team it lost to in Week 2.

Oklahoma and Texas presents a similar debate for voters. The Sooners were No. 7 in the preseason poll, but don’t have much of a resume besides being undefeated – until the No. 19 Longhorns pulled off a 48-45 upset in Dallas. Tom Herman’s squad stumbled out of the gate losing to Maryland, but Texas has now beat three ranked teams (then-No. 22 USC 37-14 in Week 3, then-No. 17 TCU 31-16 in Week 4 and now No. 7 Oklahoma). It’s hard to argue against the ‘Horns passing the Sooners.

No. 14 Stanford lost at home to unranked Utah 21-40. The Cardinal was without RB Bryce Love, but that doesn’t excuse the defense allowing so many points. With Stanford at two losses, voters may feel like moving Mississippi State and Texas A&M back into the poll.

Undefeated teams USF and Cincinnati should move into the Top 25 with No. 24 Virginia Tech and No. 25 Oklahoma State both losing Saturday.

  1. Alabama (6-0) def. Arkansas 65-31
  2. Georgia (6-0) def. Vanderbilt 41-13
  3. Ohio State (6-0) def. Indiana 49-26
  4. Clemson (6-0) def. Wake Forest 63-3
  5. Notre Dame (5-0) def No. 24 Virginia Tech 45-23
  6. West Virginia (5-0) def. Kansas 38-22
  7. Washington (5-1) def. UCLA 31-24
  8. Penn State (4-1) BYE
  9. UCF (5-0) def. SMU 48-20
  10. Texas (5-1)  def. No. 7 Oklahoma 48-45
  11. LSU (5-1) lost to No. 22 Florida 19-27
  12. Oklahoma (5-1) lost to No. 19 Texas 45-48
  13. Florida (5-1) def. No. 5 LSU 27-19
  14. Michigan (5-1) def. Maryland 42-21
  15. Wisconsin (4-1) def. Nebraska 41-24
  16. Miami (5-1) def. Florida State 28-27
  17. Kentucky (5-1) lost to Texas A&M 14-20
  18. Auburn (4-2) lost to Mississippi State 9-23
  19. Oregon (4-1) BYE
  20. Colorado (5-0) def. Arizona State 28-21
  21. NC State (5-0) def. Boston College 28-23
  22. USF (5-0) def. Massachusetts 58-42
  23. Cincinnati (6-0) def. Tulane 37-21
  24. Mississippi State (4-2) def. No. 8 Auburn 23-9
  25. Texas A&M def. No. 13 Kentucky 20-14