BCS Rankings Predictions: 3 Teams Who Will Fall from the Polls This Week

Kyle SkovCorrespondent IIOctober 9, 2011

BATON ROUGE, LA - OCTOBER 08:  Kadron Boone #86 of the Louisiana State University Tigers is tackled by Marcus Roberson #5 of the Florida Gators at Tiger Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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With week six in the books there are teams that are falling off the top 25 rankings. Each Sunday the new poll changes how the powerhouse teams are seen.

There are many teams that are going to be shifting up and down.

Here are 3 teams that are going to fall out of the top 25 rankings.


Florida sat at #17 going into Saturday, but were big underdogs taking on #1 LSU

The Tigers are a dominant team this year and even though the Gators are some of the most athletic players in college football this year, the new system under Will Muschamp has been something for them to get used to.

Mark Long, who covers the Gators for the Associated Press, tweeted that the Gators are out of rankings after their 41-11 loss.

Florida State

The 23rd-ranked Florida State Seminoles were upset by unranked Wake Forest.

The Seminoles have a good team with a strong offense, but after three losses on the season, they are going to fall out of the top 25.

They were almost able to beat out a great Oklahoma team but floundered in the last seconds, falling 23-13

They then went to Clemson to battle the then-unranked Tigers. Florida St. lost 35-30, and after their second loss, they were almost knocked out of the rankings.


The #11 Longhorns were disabled against #3 Oklahoma. All the things that seemed to be going right for Texas fell apart.

Their offense, which has been moving well with Case McCoy at the helm.

McCoy had a pretty strong game against the Sooners but they were not able to put all the pieces together to get a win or even keep face during the game.