There wasn’t much movement at the top of the College Football Playoff rankings this week.

The CFP selection committee unveiled its most-recent rankings on Tuesday night, and the top seven teams did not change. The top four still consists of No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 Oregon and No. 4 Ohio State. All four of those teams won comfortably on Saturday, and Oregon still has the edge over Ohio State thanks to its win over the Buckeyes back in Week 2.

Cincinnati, still undefeated after beating South Florida, remained in the No. 5 spot while Michigan and Michigan State were next No. 6 and No. 7, respectively. Michigan State beat Michigan back in Week 9, but controversially fell behind the Wolverines last week following a loss to Purdue. A week later, the Wolverines and Spartans remained in the same spots. 

Elsewhere, Oklahoma had a substantial drop from No. 8 down to No. 13. The Sooners lost 27-14 to Baylor on Saturday. It was their first loss of the year after a season full of close calls, and they fell five spots and are now outside the top 10.

Baylor, No. 13 last week, jumped up to No. 11 and are now the second highest-ranked team from the Big 12. The highest-ranked team in the Big 12 is now No. 9 Oklahoma State, which moved up one spot after blowing out TCU 63-17 on Saturday.

Notre Dame, meanwhile, is hanging around in the top 10 and moved up from No. 9 last week to No. 8 this week.

Additionally, Wake Forest moved up to No. 10 after a win over a ranked NC State team on Saturday night. The Demon Deacons were ranked No. 12 last week.

Full College Football Playoff rankings

1. Georgia

2. Alabama

3. Oregon

4. Ohio State

5. Cincinnati

6. Michigan

7. Michigan State

8. Notre Dame

9. Oklahoma State

10. Wake Forest

11. Baylor

12. Ole Miss

13. Oklahoma

14. BYU

15. Wisconsin

16. Texas A&M

17. Iowa

18. Pittsburgh

19. San Diego State

20. NC State

21. Arkansas

22. UTSA

23. Utah

24. Houston

25. Mississippi State

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