Though the top four of the poll—Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, Michigan—remain unchanged after Week 6, there was important movement elsewhere in the top 25.
Western Michigan is ranked for the first time in school history, as the Broncos are off to a 6–0 start under coach P.J.
Meanwhile, Stanford has dropped out of the poll for the first time since early last season.
Though Michigan State has faltered, the Big Ten remains top heavy.
I like the decision from the AP voters not to punish the Volunteers, who stayed at No.