Week 6 of the college football season is in the books, and we're just two weeks away from the first set of College Football Playoff rankings.The top of the field had a few major shakeups Los Angeles Dodgers after No. 19 Texas beat No. 7 Oklahoma 48-45 in the Red River Showdown a victory that . No. 22 Florida also at The Swamp.Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and Ohio State remain unbeaten, however, and it will come down to seeing which teamblinks heading into the middle of October.MORE: We're inching closer to Dec. 2 when the final pairings areannounced and that will be here before you know it. With that mind, here are the four teams in, the first two out and four to watch heading into Week 7.Four in1. Alabama (6-0)TuaTagovailoathrew a 76-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, and it . Alabama averages 56 points per game and is winning by an average of 40points per game. The Tide will finish October with cro sover games against Mi souri and Tenne see before the schedule heats up in November. We always say the season doesn't start until Alabama loses. The view from the top remains the same.2. Ohio State (6-0)Ohio State avoided the letdown lo s after Penn State this time, putting up 610 total yards in a 49-26 victory against Indiana. Dwayne Haskins finished with 455 pa sing yards and tied a school-record with six touchdown pa ses. The Buckeyes'defense remains a work in progre s. Indiana totaled 410 yards, but the Hoosiers also finished 3 of 14 on third down. The Buckeyes stay at home against Minnesota in Week 7.MORE: 3. Georgia (6-0)The Bulldogs were busine s as usual in a blowout victory against Vanderbilt. The offense Fernando Valenzuela Jersey rolled up 560 yards against the Commodores, and Jake Fromm (17 of 23, 276 yards, three touchdowns) continued a season of efficient play that keeps Georgia moving in the right direction. The Bulldogs might not have as much flash as the Buckeyes or Crimson Tide, but they are every bit as capable of winning the national championship. A road trip to a LSU team with its back against the wall will get some more attention.4. Clemson (6-0) Trevor Lawrence is back, and order is restored for the Tigers heading into a much-needed bye week in advance of the ACC Atlantic showdown with undefeated N.C. Sandy Koufax Jersey State. The defense flexed in a 63-3 blowout against Wake Forest, and Lawrence's supporting cast made the big plays. Travis Etienne (167 yards, three touchdowns) looks like an All-American running back, and the receiving tandem trio of Justyn Ro s, Tee Higgins and Hunter Renfrow will only improve with Lawrence.MORE: First two out5. Notre Dame (6-0)The Irish are the first team out after an impre sive 45-23 victory at Virginia Tech. Ian Book turned in another impre sive performance on the road with 271 yards and two touchdowns, and Dexter Williams added 178 yards and three scores on the ground. By now you know the Irish's remaining schedule is friendly, and Notre Dame has a very good chance of running the table. That on the undefeated teams ahead of them, but the same pre sure is on the Irish not to lose because of the lack of a conference championship game.6. West Virginia (5-0)The Mountaineers are the last unbeaten team standing in the Big 12, but it wasn't exactly pretty in a 38-22 victory against Kansas on Saturday. West Virginia finished with four turnovers, and Will Grier threw three interceptions. A road test at Iowa State which upset Oklahoma State 48-42 on Saturday is next. That's Joc Pederson Jersey not a game the Mountaineers can take lightly by any stretch.Four to watchWashington (5-1) built a three-score, 17-point lead in the first half against UCLA and held on in the second half. The31-24victory showed Bruins coach Chip Kelly the standard now. The Huskies are the clear favorite in the Pac-12 North, and they can prove it next week at Oregon, Kelly's former home. UCF (5-0) continuedto chug along in a48-20 victory against SMU and will flirt with a top-10 ranking heading into the second week of October. The fact Cincinnati and USF stayed unbeaten in the American Athletic Conference doesn't hurt the Knights' chances. ...Texas (5-1) is back. You'll hear that all week, but Tom Herman has the Longhorns back in the Big 12 hunt after a thrilling victory against rival Oklahoma. It will be interesting to see how far the Longhorns climb in the Maury Wills Jersey polls. If not for a lo s to Maryland, they would be in the top 10 for sure. ... Michigan (5-1) has been out of sight since the season-opening lo s at Notre Dame, but the Wolverines will be back in the spotlight in a Big Ten elimination game of sorts against Wisconsin inprime timenext week.