Georgia, Michigan, TCU and Ohio State were selected Sunday for the playoff, giving the Big Ten multiple programs in the four-team field for the first time.
Ohio State is No. 5 in the second-to-last College Football Playoff rankings, positioned to possibly take advantage if one of the top four slips up on championship weekend.
The AP Top 25 got a remake thanks to four top-10 teams losing this past weekend, but there were some interesting results among teams that have played each other.
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Ryan Day is 45-5 at Ohio State as Urban Meyer's replacement, but 1-2 against Michigan after the Wolverines routed the Buckeyes 45-23 on Saturday.
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LSU moved up to fifth and Southern California was sixth Tuesday night in the College Football Playoff rankings behind Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU.
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Despite a few first-place votes, the panel of 64 coaches didn't see enough to move the Badgers up heading into the final week of the regular season.
Michigan and Ohio State will meet Saturday as ranked teams for the 48th time, the most of any rivalry. Texas and Oklahoma are next at 42.
College Football Playoff contenders lived on the edge in Week 12, with the top four teams all surviving scares and No. 5 Tennessee going down with a thud.
With three of the top six teams and only three weeks left until Selection Sunday, the SEC appears well positioned to put two teams in the CFP again.
The Pac-12 is better than it has been in recent years, but is also eating its own and undercutting its best teams' chances to earn a College Football Playoff berth.
Without a path to the Southeastern Conference championship game, the slim chance 2-loss Alabama had to reach the CFP for the eighth time in its nine-year history is now none.
Georgia's rise to the top from No. 3 was no surprise after the Bulldogs' dominant win over previously top-ranked Tennessee on Saturday.
At 5-4, a perfect finish to the season could get preseason No. 9 Oklahoma, No. 17 Pittsburgh, No. 18 Arkansas and No. 19 Wisconsin back in the final Top 25.
Kirby Smart's top-ranked Bulldogs have never looked more like peak Alabama than in handily beating No. 2 Tennessee, which just three weeks ago knocked off the Crimson Tide.
The chances of having a 1 vs. 2 matchup go up if there are two No. 2s, as there are with Tennessee and Ohio State.
In their final games before the first College Football Playoff rankings are released, Georgia, Ohio State and Tennessee made compelling cases to start the race for the national championship at the top.
No. 6 Alabama and No. 18 LSU is a big game again after a two-year hiatus. The teams meet Nov. 5 after both have next week off.
Clemson on Saturday emerged as the best bet to reach the College Football Playoff — even though the Tigers don't appear to be a serious threat to win the championship.
Ohio State and Michigan are making the Big Ten look like the Big Two and Little 12, rekindling memories for some of the era of Woody Hayes and Bo Schembechler.
Alabama loses so infrequently it seems to shift the shape of the season when it happens.
October reveals the truth about a college football season. A Saturday that featured six games matching ranked teams, including three battles of unbeatens, sorted the contenders from the pretenders.