Top-ranked Ohio State, Alabama and Clemson all rolled Saturday.

Clemson improved to 3-0 with the narrow 34-28 win over Boston College; Ohio State improved to 2-0 after beating Penn State 38-25, and Alabama improved to 6-0 after blasting Mississippi State 41-0. So, there won’t be much shakeup in the top of the rankings.

ESPN updated its Football Power Index following the SEC’s Week 6, and they are … interesting.

For one, LSU is still ranked after getting hammered (yet again) by Auburn. Texas A&M is also ranked way too low at No. 21. The Aggies are likely in the SEC’s second best position to grab a Playoff spot should they win out.

Here’s ESPN’s updated Football Power Index after the SEC’s Week 6:

1. Ohio State
2. Alabama
3. Clemson
4. Wisconsin
5. Georgia
6. Notre Dame
7. Penn State
8. Oklahoma
9. Florida
10. Oregon
11. USC
12. Texas
13. Auburn
14. UCF
15. Oklahoma State
16. Virginia Tech
17. BYU
18. Indiana
19. Cincinnati
20. Northwestern
21. Texas A&M
22. Michigan
23. Utah
24. LSU
25. Iowa State