The same day the latest AP Poll was released, Bill Connelly unveiled his post-Week 6 SP+ rankings on ESPN on Sunday.

Known for his success against the Las Vegas point spread, Connelly has given a brief description of his ranking methodology:

What is SP+? In a single sentence, it’s a tempo- and-opponent-adjusted measure of college football efficiency. I created the system at Football Outsiders in 2008, and as my experience with both college football and its stats has grown, I have made quite a few tweaks to the system.

Here are Connelly’s full post-Week 6 rankings:

  1. Alabama (5-0)
  2. Ohio State (6-0)
  3. Oklahoma (5-0)
  4. LSU (5-0)
  5. Georgia (5-0)
  6. Wisconsin (5-0)
  7. Penn State (5-0)
  8. Clemson (5-0)
  9. Florida (6-0)
  10. Missouri (4-1)
  11. Oregon (4-1)
  12. Auburn (5-1)
  13. Notre Dame (4-1)
  14. Iowa State (3-2)
  15. Baylor (5-0)
  16. Utah (4-1)
  17. Michigan (4-1)
  18. Michigan State (4-2)
  19. Texas A&M (3-2)
  20. Texas (4-1)
  21. Iowa (4-1)
  22. UCF (4-2)
  23. Washington (4-2)
  24. Memphis (5-0)
  25. Oklahoma State (4-2)

Coming off a bye week, Alabama will travel to College Station to face the Aggies on Saturday (3:30PM ET, SEC on CBS).

Routing Utah State, 42-6, Joe Burrow continues to impress for the LSU Tigers. Tossing five more touchdowns in the win, the former Ohio State Buckeye has now thrown for 1,864 yards and 22 scores this season. With ESPN’s College GameDay set to be on-campus, the Tigers host the Florida Gators on Saturday (8:00PM ET, ESPN).

Florida, meanwhile, is coming off a hard-fought 24-13 victory over the Auburn Tigers.

Sleepwalking through the first half, Georgia came alive in the second half and ending up beating Tennessee, 43-14, in Knoxville. Riding the right arm of junior quarterback Jake Fromm, the Bulldogs host South Carolina next (12:00PM ET, ESPN).

The highest-rated one loss team in the SP+ rankings, Missouri rounded out their non-conference schedule by hammering Troy, 42-10. Looking to win their fifth in a row, the Tigers play Ole Miss on Saturday (7:00PM ET, ESPN2).