College soccer’s Week 6 slate of video games may need been probably the most entertaining but of the 2020 season.
Three beforehand ranked, unbeaten groups suffered their first losses on Saturday in No. 4 Florida, No. 7 Miami and No. 14 Tennessee. But these had been hardly the one storylines from a wild school soccer Saturday. Elsewhere, No. 17 LSU misplaced its second sport this season to beforehand winless Missouri in a 45-41 shootout. And Oklahoma, lacking from the school soccer rankings for the primary time since early 2016, received its first sport in three tries by beating No. 22 Texas 53-45 in a four-overtime Red River Rivalry.
The Sooners had been among the many massive winners from Saturday’s video games. Others embrace Texas A&M, which secured its first top-five victory beneath Jimbo Fisher; Georgia, which in beating Tennessee earned a second consecutive win over a ranked opponent; and Clemson, which left little doubt as to its No. 1 standing after dealing with the Hurricanes 42-17 at house.
A few SEC West matchups featured intrigue and controversy as properly. No. 13 Auburn survived an upset bid by Arkansas, 30-28, because of a late botched name by officers. And Alabama wanted a near-perfect offensive efficiency towards Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss: a 63-48 victory for the Tide that was severely missing in protection. That doubtless would be the storyline of the week because the Crimson Tide and Bulldogs face off in a top-three matchup in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
With that, listed below are the most recent school soccer rankings, from the AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll, after the Week 6 slate of video games:
College soccer polls up to date after Week 6
|Rank||Team||Points (No. 1 votes)||W-L|
|5||Ohio State||1,194 (2)||0-0|
Moved in: Kansas State; USC; Minnesota
Others receiving votes: Central Florida 93; NC State 89; Oklahoma 87; Marshall 73; Boston College 68; Iowa 53; Coastal Carolina 48; Utah 44; West Virginia 39; UAB 38; Army 37; Boise State 36; Tulsa 20; Mississippi State 20; Memphis 17; Texas Christian 16; Mississippi 13; Air Force 13; Arizona State 12; Liberty 8; Kentucky 8; Texas 7; Houston 7; California 7; Washington 6; Stanford 6; Missouri 6; Nebraska 5; Louisiana Tech 5; Louisiana State 4; Arkansas 1