The first release of the 2013 BCS Rankings are just over a week away, with the Alabama Crimson Tide still the clear cut No. 1 team in the country, following a 45-3 victory over the Georgia State Panthers. While the schedule is not always quite that easy for the two-time defending national champions, it is fairly soft for a team residing in the SEC. The Oregon Ducks proved that they can score with the best of then, dropping the Colorado Buffaloes, 57-16. In another blowout win, the Clemson Tigers took care of the Syracuse Orange behind a school record 455 passing yards from Tajh Boyd. The top three from last remain the same, but that does not mean that the rest of the Week 6 BCS Projections will not change.
The Ohio State Buckeyes, Stanford Cardinal and Florida State Seminoles all remained undefeated, while also ending the undefeated streaks of the Northwestern Wildcats, Washington Huskies and Maryland Terrapins. All three victors remain in the Top 10 and continue to climb.
Here is a look at the updates BCS Rankings following some wild action from Week 6 of the 2013 college football season: