Week Six in College Football

Christopher WilliamsCorrespondent IOctober 5, 2008

Besides Vanderbilt beating Auburn 14-13, this weekend was not filled with upsets.

Although the upset bug did not bite this week, there was a few scares, but there was also a few teams who proved to the nation that they deserve their keep in the top 25. Texas Tech proved to the nation that they deserve to stay in the top 10.

Alabama won, but their sluggish play against Kentucky proved that this team is not a No. 2 team.

Kansas State kept it close against Texas Tech for the first quarter, but after that, Texas Tech did not hold back as they beat Kansas State 58-28.

Texas Tech still has to beat a respectable opponent and should not move up in the polls until they do, but I think they are worthy of #7 ranking.

Wisconsin almost beat Ohio State, but the loss more than likely has cost them any chance of going to a BCS bowl game.

Butch Davis and the Tar Heels have something to prove, and they made a statement today beating No. 24-ranked UCONN 38-12.

Oklahoma State might be just as good as the top teams in the Big 12; they made a showing when they beat Texas A&M 56-28.

Kansas is not the same team that surprised everyone last year. At 4-1, the Jayhawks were thankful to come up with the win against Iowa State. They squeeze out a W over the Cyclones 35-33.

Check back tomorrow; my top 25 will be posted in the afternoon.