Michigan has cracked four of the best College Football Playoff rankings for the first time from week 13 in 2016.
1. Alabama (9-0)
2. Clemson (9-0)
3. Notre Dame (9-0)
4. Michigan (8-1)
5. Georgia (8-1)
7. LSU (7-2)
8. Washington State (8-1)
9. West Virginia (7-1)
Ohio State (8-1)
12. UCF (8-0)
13. Syracuse (7-2)
14. NC State (6-2)
15. Florida (6-3)
16. Mississippi State (6-3)
17. Boston College (7-2)
18. Michigan State (6-3)
19. Texas (6-3)
20. Penn State (6-3)
21. Iowa (6-3)
22. Iowa State (5-3)
23. State of Fresn (8-1)
24. Auburn (6-3)
25. Washington (7-3)
Three of the best – No.1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame – continue to comfortably among the top four even though the Fighting Irish move came to a standstill this week's rankings that were released on Tuesday night.
Wolverines went big on Big Ten's No. 20 in Penn State last week to move from No. 5 to No. 4. LSU stumbled from No. 3 to No. 7 after being locked up against the dominant Crimson Tide.
"Their defense is very strong," "Rob Mullens, chairman of the group, said of LSU, which is currently ranked number 7 despite two losses." Their two losses come from Alabama, Florida. "
According to ESPN's Football Power Index, there is only 9% chance that the top four teams in the CFP rankings will win.
Georgia is still waiting patiently for only the top four when he has risen from number 6 to number 5. The bulldogs placed No. 11 Kentucky on Saturday after the SEC's eastern crown victory and they meet at the Alabama Conference Championship.
Kirk Herbstreit tells No. 5 Georgia can enter the College Football Playoff by hitting No. 1 in Alabama's SEC game.
The stakes are still Big Big Ten, and the No. 10 Ohio State Set Saturday Showdown is No. 18 in Michigan State. Buckeyes hosts the Michigan final of the season on November 24th.
No. 21 Iowa is the last Big Ten representative at the YKP Top 25 this week.
The LSU's defeat to Alabama dropped Tigers No. 7, and Michigan's dominant victory over Penn State wound up Wolverines in the top four.
Big 12 is still led by No. 6 Oklahoma, whose only loss this season was Texas Hold'em. In the season finale, Sooners backs off West Virginia, who jumped this week in No. 13 – No. 9. Iowa State is ranked number 22.
The SEC has once again conference-seven teams at CFP rankings this week. It's just a representative of No. 24 in Auburn after Texas A & M dropped out this week. Florida has lost two straight, Georgia and Missouri, but is still hanging on No. 15. Mississippi State will be numbered 16, and the match Alabama will be on Saturday.
No. 13 in Syracuse, No. 14 NC State and No. 17 in Boston College represent ACC when Eagles has set host to Clemson on Saturday.
No. 8 Washington State and No. 25 Washington has been placed on Pac-12.
Completely complete UCF remained at 12 in the past as it passed Temple 52-40 last week.
"A strong crime, struggling for defense," Mullens said of UCF.
The Fresnon State circled the five teams in this week's rankings, coming to number 23.
This report uses Associated Press data.