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

The Alabama Crimson Tide jumped the Georgia Bulldogs for the No. 1 spot after last week, and it should remain the same after this week. Alabama held on to beat Texas A&M 24-20 without starting quarterback Bryce Young. Alabama turned the ball over 4 times and missed 2 field goals to let the Aggies hang around and nearly pull off the upset.

Georgia hammered Auburn 42-10 behind a rushing attack that racked up 292 yards. Daijun Edwards accounted for 3 touchdowns in the rivalry win.

Rounding out the top 4 will be Ohio State and Michigan. The most interesting team to keep an eye on this week is Tennessee, who went to Baton Rouge and dominated LSU 40-13. The Volunteers were ranked No. 8; however, they should move up in the rankings. Can they jump in the top 5?

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

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 6 projection

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (def. Texas A&M)
2. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Auburn)
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (def. Michigan State)
4. Michigan Wolverines (def. Indiana)
5. Clemson Tigers (def. Boston College)
6. Tennessee Volunteers (def. LSU)
7. USC Trojans (def. Washington State)
8. Oklahoma State Cowboys (def. Texas Tech)
9. Ole Miss Rebels (def. Vanderbilt)
10. Penn State Nittany Lions (bye)
11. Oregon Ducks (def. Arizona)
12. UCLA Bruins (def. Utah)
13. NC State Wolfpack (def. Florida State)
14. TCU Horned Frogs (def. Kansas)
15. Mississippi State Bulldogs (def. Arkansas)
16. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (def. Army)
17. Kansas State Wildcats (def. Iowa State)
18. Syracuse Orange (bye)
19. North Carolina Tar Heels (def. Miami)
20. Texas Longhorns (def. Oklahoma)
21. Cincinnati Bearcats (def. USF)
22. Kansas Jayhawks (lost to TCU)
23. Utah Utes (lost to UCLA)
24. James Madison Dukes (def. Arkansas State)
25. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (def. BYU)