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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 6: Kansas State, West Virginia represent Big 12 in top 10

After being idle for the week, the Kansas State Wildcats remained at No. 7 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 Poll.

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There are few changes atop the Associated Press Top 25 Poll for Week 6, and the Kansas State Wildcats held firm at No. 7 after being idle for the weekend. The biggest shake-up in the top 10 is the Florida State Seminoles jumping ahead of LSU, moving the Seminoles all the way up to No. 3. Elsewhere in the Big 12, the Texas Longhorns moved up a spot after holding on against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Mack Brown's team is on the doorstep of the top 10, ranked at No. 11. Oklahoma, who fell to the Wildcats last week, dropped a spot to No. 17.

West Virginia, who lit up the scoreboard for 70 points in their Big 12 debut, is the second-highest Big 12 team, one spot behind K-State. The Wildcats and Mountaineers will meet in the third week of October in Morgantown, W.Va. The complete Week 6 poll:

Rank Team Points
1 Alabama (60) 1500
2 Oregon 1430
3 Florida State 1349
4 LSU 1310
5 Georgia 1252
6 South Carolina 1152
7 Kansas State 1123
8 West Virginia 1066
9 Notre Dame 1043
10 Florida 937
11 Texas 932
12 Ohio State 793
13 USC 703
14 Oregon State 647
15 Clemson 608
15 TCU 608
17 Oklahoma 581
18 Stanford 509
19 Louisville 404
20 Mississippi State 306
21 Nebraska 240
22 Rutgers 160
23 Washington 159
24 Northwestern 143
25 UCLA 122