The Napkin Rankings (a quick and easy way to rate teams based on actual performance) enter Week 6. Teams get a point for a win, a win against a BCS conference team, a dominant win (30+ points) and a road win. Neutral site games are half a point. Here's a look at the best teams in each conference.
ACC: Georgia Tech, 12 points.
Big 12: Oklahoma, 10.5 points.
Big East: West Virginia, 8 points.
Big Ten: Michigan, 11 points.
Conference USA: Houston, 10 points.
Independents: Notre Dame, 8 points.
MAC: Temple, 7 points.
Mountain West: Boise State, 7.5 points.
PAC 12: Stanford, 12 points.
SEC: LSU, 13.5 points.
Sun Belt: LA-Lafayette, 7 points.
WAC: Hawaii, 5 points.
Here's the top 10 teams in college football:
1. LSU, 13.5 points (Last Week: 1)
2. Alabama, 13 points (Last Week: 2 - tied)
t-3. Georgia Tech, 12 points (Last Week: 2 - tied)
t-3. Stanford, 12 points (Last Week: 4 - tied)
t-5. Clemson, 11 points (Last Week: 4 - tied)
t-5. Michigan, 11 points (Last Week: 7 - tied)
7. Oklahoma, 10.5 points (Last Week: unranked)
t-8. Oklahoma State, 10 points (Last Week: unranked)
t-8. Houston, 10 points (Last Week: 7 - tied)
10. Illinois, Arizona State & South Carolina tied with 9 points (all previously unranked).
As you can see, the huge neutral site win boosted the Sooners into the rankings; also, Oklahoma State running up the score on Kansas earned them 3 points. USC, Wisconsin (inactive) and Texas all dropped out of the rankings.
Since Western Kentucky won a game (on the road, no less), the worst team in the country is the New Mexico Lobos, who stand alone at -4.