All of the top teams held firm in some of the best games of Week 6, meaning there isn't any change in the college Football Playoff projections as there were after Week 5. There is a team nipping at the heels of the top four, though: the Michigan Wolverines, who marched into New Jersey and demolished Rutgers, 78-0. If any of the top teams slip, the Wolverines will move in - otherwise, circle November 26, when Michigan visits Ohio State in a game that could mean everything.

Here are the four projected playoff teams after Week 6:

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

Even after a win at a ranked Arkansas Razorbacks team that included three Minkah Fitzpatrick interceptions (one of which was returned 100 yards for a touchdown), unrelenting coach Nick Saban said he thought his defensive backs could've played better.

No wonder he's the best coach in college football - he never lets up. After their 49-30 victory, Alabama will travel to Knoxville to face a Tennessee team coming off their first loss of the season.

2. Ohio State Buckeyes

For whatever reason, Ohio State always struggles to beat Indiana despite their lack of football pedigree. This was the case again yesterday before J.T. Barrett stepped up in the running game and propelled Ohio State to a 38-17 victory. The Buckeyes will travel to ranked Wisconsin for a primetime game next Saturday.

3. Clemson Tigers

Deshaun Watson started off Week 6 in college football by tossing four touchdowns in an easy Friday night domination of Boston College, 56-10. Clemson only has two road games left this season, and hosts North Carolina State next Saturday afternoon following their wet win over Notre Dame.

4. Washington Huskies

Anyone who questioned the legitimacy of Washington after their destruction of Stanford must've been convinced by their 70-21 shellacking of the Oregon "Webfoots" on Saturday, sending that school into a tailspin of football questions. Quarterback Jake Browning threw for another six touchdowns.

Washington has emerged as one of the most dominant teams of the season headed into their bye week.

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