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Matt Leinart Reveals His 2 'Most Complete' Teams In College Football

Matt Leinart wearing a blue sweater.

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Former USC quarterback Matt Leinart revealed his two "most complete" teams in the country through Week 6.

Fox Sports college football analyst Matt Leinart revealed the two teams he believes are most complete in college football through 6 weeks. Leinart, a former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback for USC, said he believes Washington and Ohio State are the most- complete teams in the country.

Leinart chose Washington and Ohio State over a few notable teams, including Alabama, Michigan, and Clemson. According to ESPN's Team Efficiency rating, which rates each team's unit (offense, defense, special teams) based on point contributions, Alabama, Clemson, and Michigan are all ahead of Ohio State. Only Michigan is ahead of Washington in the Team Efficiency rating.

Ohio State is in the top three of scoring offense and scoring defense in country. The Washington Huskies are in the top six of both of those categories.

The Buckeyes and Huskies are ranked No. 2 and No. 5, respectively, according to the AP Poll. Both Ohio State and Washington are off to a great start this season, and have their eye on a conference championship. Ohio State's road is a little tougher, as they will have to go through Michigan to win the Big Ten.

The Buckeyes travel to Wisconsin to take on the Badgers in a matchup of top 10 teams this weekend. The Huskies host Oregon State in a conference game.