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CFP rankings: Havoc part 2

Two unexpected losses bring to a brand new top 4

NCAA Football: Clemson at South Carolina Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

There’s no chance to get bored with college football, and we had another confirmation in this week 13. No. 1 Alabama and no. 2 Miami both fell, so now we have a totally topsy-turvy ranking, that’s projected to change one more time after this Championships week.

The Crimson Tide lost in Auburn, while Pittsburgh issued the upset of the year, loading Miami with their first loss of the season. Consequently, the two Tigers, Clemson, and Auburn climb to the top, followed by Oklahoma and Wisconsin.

Like in past weeks, the Sooners are the best Big 12 team, waiting for the Championship in which they will face TCU, momentarily at No. 11. Oklahoma State, No. 19, didn’t change their position and only wait to know their postseason opponent, without chances for playoffs.

  1. CLEMSON (+2)
  2. AUBURN (+4)
  3. OKLAHOMA (+1)
  4. WISCONSIN (+1)
  5. ALABAMA (-4)
  6. GEORGIA (+1)
  7. MIAMI (-5)
  8. OHIO STATE (+1)
  9. PENN STATE (+1)
  10. USC (+1)
  11. TCU (+1)
  12. STANFORD (+9)
  13. WASHINGTON (+4)
  14. UCF (+1)
  15. NOTRE DAME (-7)
  16. MICHIGAN STATE (-)
  17. LSU (+1)
  18. WASHINGTON STATE (-5)
  19. OKLAHOMA STATE (-)
  20. MEMPHIS (-)
  21. NORTHWESTERN (+1)
  22. VIRGINIA TECH (+3)
  23. MISSISSIPPI STATE (-9)
  24. NORTH CAROLINA STATE (NR)
  25. FRESNO STATE (NR)