NCAA football rankings, Week 6: Alabama still No. 1, no DC teams crack AP Top 25 Poll

John David Mercer-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

No D.C. area teams were ranked in the AP Top 25 Poll for Week 6 of the 2012 college football season. Alabama was still ranked No. 1 and took home all the first-place votes.

When the new AP Top 25 Poll for Week 6 of the 2012 college football season came out on Sunday, no D.C. area teams made the rankings.

Here's the complete Top 25 (first place votes in brackets):

1. Alabama (60) 5-0
2. Oregon 5-0
3. Florida State 5-0
4. LSU 5-0
5. Georgia 5-0
6. South Carolina 5-0
7. Kansas State 4-0
8. West Virginia 4-0
9. Notre Dame 4-0
10. Florida 4-0
11. Texas 4-0
12. Ohio State 5-0
13. USC 3-1
14. Oregon State 3-0
15. Clemson 4-1
15. TCU 4-0
17. Oklahoma 2-1
18. Stanford 3-1
19. Louisville 5-0
20. Mississippi State 4-0
21. Nebraska 4-1
22. Rutgers 4-0
23. Washington 3-1
24. Northwestern 5-0
25. UCLA 4-1

Michigan State (20), Boise State (24) and Baylor (25) dropped out of the AP Top 25 this week.

No D.C. area team even received a vote in the poll. Maryland (2-2, 0-0 ACC) was off this past week. Virginia (2-3, 0-1 ACC) dropped their game on Saturday, 44-38, to Louisiana Tech, while Virginia Tech (3-2, 1-0 ACC) was edged by Cincinnati, 27-24.

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