Rank 'Em: 2013 College Football Top 25

October 6, 2013

Are we headed for a contentious competition for the two BCS Championship Game spots? It certainly feels that way through six weeks, especially after the top five teams once again stayed in their respective spots in the Associated Press Top 25. Just outside, all the teams kept winning, but Florida State leaped past Louisville and Georgia for the No. 6 spot (a 63-0 win over a ranked team will do that). Do you agree with the AP's take? Click on the logos below to set your rankings!

2013 College Football Top 25

Alabama

Alabama

AP poll: 1
5-0

Oregon

Oregon

AP poll: 2
5-0

Clemson

Clemson

AP rank: 3
5-0

Ohio State

Ohio State

AP poll: 4
6-0

Stanford

Stanford

AP poll: 5
5-0

Florida State

Florida State

AP poll: 6
5-0

Georgia

Georgia

AP poll: 7
4-1

Louisville

Louisville

AP poll: 8
5-0

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

AP poll: 9
4-1

LSU

LSU

AP poll: 10
5-1

UCLA

UCLA

AP poll: 11
4-0

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP poll: 12
5-0

Miami (FL)

Miami (FL)

AP poll: 13
5-0

South Carolina

South Carolina

AP poll: 14
4-1

Baylor

Baylor

AP poll: 15
4-0

Washington

Washington

AP poll: 16
4-1

Florida

Florida

AP poll: 17
4-1

Michigan

Michigan

AP poll: 18
5-0

N'western

N'western

AP poll: 19
4-1

Texas Tech

Texas Tech

AP poll: 20
5-0

Fresno State

Fresno State

AP poll: 21
5-0

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

AP poll: 22
4-1

Northern Illinois

Northern Illinois

AP poll: 23
5-0

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech

AP poll: 24
5-1

Missouri

Missouri

AP poll: 25
5-0

Auburn

Auburn

AP poll: NR
4-1

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

AP poll: NR
3-2

Nebraska

Nebraska

AP poll: NR
4-1

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

AP poll: NR
3-2

Michigan State

Michigan State

AP poll: NR
4-1

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