|2||Ohio State||Clemson||Ohio St.||Oregon||Ohio St.|
|3||Clemson||South Carolina||Louisville||Ohio State||Oregon|
|5||Stanford||Ohio State||Clemson||South Carolina||South Carolina|
|6||South Carolina||Oregon||South Carolina||Clemson||Texas A&M|
|12||Texas A&M||Florida State||Florida St.||Louisville||Florida St.|
|17||Michigan||Notre Dame||Notre Dame||Notre Dame||Notre Dame|
|23||Baylor||Northwestern||Northern Illinois||Miami (FL)||TCU|
The individual polls were combined by assigning point values to each position, starting at 25 for 1 and descending from there. It seemed to be the only fair way to do it with some of the different teams that appeared in the various polls.
Each poll had a different sort of criteria, for example my choices are mostly about how good I believe each team is with an eye on current events. Connor's poll is based more on current events and follows who played best this week.
There are similarities across each poll namely Alabama, Ohio State, and Oregon staying at the top of the poll. Clemson's win against Georgia counted in many of the polls, moving them towards the top while Georgia dropped a few spots, except for in Connor's poll where they were brutally dropped to 19. Texas A&M also was a cause for discourse, where they failed to impress against Rice, where Connor even dropped them out of the rankings.
Washington shot into the rankings with the demolishing of Boise State who did not remain ranked in any of the polls. Ole Miss joined the rankings purely from Connor alone after their close victory against Vanderbilt, and maybe did deserve more respect across the board, but they will have to prove it again next week. Nebraska fell after struggling against Wyoming as well, where another of Bo Pelini's teams have failed to produce at their expected level.
Cincinnati is another team that has made it onto several lists as well. Minnesota also made it and Eastern Washington climbed their way to a point after upsetting the Beavs.
Overall the majority of the teams are still within a couple spots of each other across each rankings. Washington and Clemson were significant climbers, and the only drops were minor for Texas A&M, Georgia, TCU, and Nebraska.