Like the rest of the college football world, the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the National Football Foundation (NFF) have a new No. 1 in their poll following Week 6’s results.

Similar to other polls, Georgia is No. 1 in the latest Super 16. The Bulldogs retook the top spot after beating Auburn while Alabama dropped to No. 3 following its close call with Texas A&M.

Georgia and Alabama are joined by Tennessee, Ole Miss and Mississippi State to give the SEC 5 teams in the Super 16. Kentucky is among the other teams that received votes.

The Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 have 3 teams each, while there are 2 teams from the Big 12.

TEAM POINTS FIRST-PLACE VOTES LAST WEEK’S RANK
1. Georgia (6-0) 789 21 2
2. Ohio State (6-0) 774 19 3
3. Alabama (6-0) 751 10 1
4. Clemson (6-0) 638 1 4
5. Michigan (6-0) 620 5
6. Tennessee (5-0) 538 1 8
7. USC (6-0) 518 7
8. Oklahoma State (5-0) 474 6
9. Ole Miss (6-0) 364 10
10. Penn State (5-0) 358 9
11. UCLA (6-0) 289 14
12. TCU (5-0) 270 13
13. Oregon (5-1) 253 12
14. Wake Forest (5-1) 126 N/A
15. NC State (5-1) 117 N/A
16. Mississippi State (5-1) 77 N/A

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES:
Kansas State (41), Syracuse (14), Texas (13), Kansas (12), Utah (11), Baylor (9), Notre Dame (5), North Carolina (5), James Madison (2), Kentucky (2), Florida State (1) and Cincinnati (1).

The Super 16 pollsters, a mix of FWAA writers and College Football Hall of Famers, were selected to create a balanced-geographical perspective.