2016 Omnivore CFB Computer Rankings – Week 6

1 Michigan
2 Alabama
3 Clemson
4 Nebraska
5 Texas A&M
6 Ohio State
7 Washington
8 Western Michigan
9 Boise State
10 Tennessee
11 Wisconsin
12 Baylor
13 Louisville
14 West Virginia
15 Wake Forest
16 Penn State
17 Arizona State
18 Navy
19 Florida
20 Virginia Tech
21 Auburn
22 Houston
23 Washington State
24 South Florida
25 North Carolina State
26 Southern Cal
27 Troy
28 Tulsa
29 Utah
30 Oklahoma
31 Appalachian State
32 Indiana
33 North Carolina
34 Toledo
35 Iowa
36 Mississippi
37 Maryland
38 Air Force
39 California
40 Florida State
41 Arkansas
42 Oklahoma State
43 Memphis
44 Miami
45 Wyoming
46 Middle Tennessee
47 Central Michigan
48 Ohio
49 San Diego State
50 Kansas State
51 Pittsburgh
52 Akron
53 BYU
54 Kentucky
55 South Alabama
56 Colorado
57 Army
58 Old Dominion
59 Eastern Michigan
60 UCLA
61 Purdue
62 Tulane
63 Georgia
64 Stanford
65 Southern Mississippi
66 Virginia
67 Colorado State
68 Central Florida
69 Northwestern
70 TCU
71 Georgia Southern
72 New Mexico State
73 Mississippi State
74 Minnesota
75 Texas Tech
76 LSU
77 Louisiana Tech
78 Temple
79 Boston College
80 Vanderbilt
81 Hawaii
82 Connecticut
83 Georgia Tech
84 Duke
85 Cincinnati
86 North Texas
87 Notre Dame
88 Oregon State
89 Idaho
90 Ball State
91 Missouri
92 Texas
93 Florida International
94 Western Kentucky
95 South Carolina
96 Texas-San Antonio
97 Nevada
98 Kent State
99 Arizona
100 Louisiana-Lafayette
101 Arkansas State
102 Texas State
103 Georgia State
104 New Mexico
105 Syracuse
106 Southern Methodist
107 Buffalo
108 Rutgers
109 East Carolina
110 Charlotte
110 Northern Illinois
112 Utah State
113 UNLV
114 Iowa State
115 Michigan State
116 Massachusetts
117 Oregon
118 UTEP
119 Louisiana-Monroe
120 Kansas
121 Illinois
122 Marshall
123 San Jose State
124 Fresno State
125 Bowling Green
126 Rice
127 Florida Atlantic
128 Miami (OH)

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