The college football rankings — AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll — will be out Sunday afternoon.

The Georgia Bulldogs should retain the No. 1 ranking Sunday; however, the Bulldogs struggled against Missouri. The Tigers pushed around UGA in the first half. Georgia turned it around in the second half and eventually won 26-22. It was too close for comfort, and really, problems exist for the nation’s No. 1 team.

Alabama is an interesting team right now. Bryce Young was injured against Arkansas, and his status is unknown. Jalen Milroe stepped in and had a big game as his backup. Running back Jahmyr Gibbs had a breakout game with over 200 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns. The Tide throttled the Hogs 49-26, but the questions surrounding Young’s health loom large when looking at Alabama’s ranking.

Ohio State hammered Rutgers Saturday afternoon 49-10 and should be ranked behind Georgia and Alabama again this week. Michigan took care of business 27-14 against Iowa. Clemson handled NC State 30-20. USC defeated Arizona State 42-35.

Below is how we think the AP Top 25 will look Sunday afternoon.

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 6 projection

1. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Missouri)
2. Alabama Crimson Tide (def. Arkansas)
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (def. Rutgers)
4. Michigan Wolverines (def. Iowa)
5. Clemson Tigers (def. NC State)
6. USC Trojans (def. Arizona State)
7. Tennessee Volunteers (bye week)
8. Oklahoma State (def. Baylor)
9. Penn State Nittany Lions (def. Northwestern)
10. Ole Miss Rebels (def. Kentucky)
11. Utah Utes (def. Oregon State)
12. Oregon Ducks (def. Stanford)
13. Kentucky Wildcats (lost to Ole Miss)
14. BYU Cougars (def. Utah State)
15. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (def. FSU)
16. NC State Wolfpack (lost to Clemson)
17. Kansas Jayhawks (def. Iowa State)
18. TCU Horned Frogs (def. Oklahoma)
19. UCLA Bruins (def. Washington)
20. Washington Huskies (lost to UCLA)
21. Baylor Bears (lost to Oklahoma State)
22. Kansas State Wildcats (def. Texas Tech)
23. Mississippi State Bulldogs (def. Texas A&M)
24. LSU Tigers (def. Auburn)
25. Arkansas Razorbacks (lost to Alabama)