Joel Klatt has dropped his latest top-10 rankings following all the Week 6 action.

Georgia reclaimed its top spot in the rankings on Sunday, with Alabama falling to No. 3 after barely escaping an unranked Texas A&M team on Saturday. Ohio State moved into the second spot behind the Bulldogs.

But, according to Klatt, the Buckeyes should take the No. 1 spot. Klatt released his new college football top 10 on Sunday, giving the top prize to the Buckeyes. Alabama and Georgia followed, with the Michigan Wolverines rounding out the top 4 for Klatt.

The Buckeyes advanced to 6-0 after rolling Michigan State 49-20 on Saturday. Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud was 11-of-11 in passes over 10-yards as he threw for 297 yards and 5 touchdowns in the win.

Buckeye WR Marvin Harrison Jr. grabbed his third TD of the game and second hat trick of the season, diving deeper into the record books.

The Buckeyes have an off week this Saturday and return to action on Oct. 22 with a matchup against Iowa.