The College Football Playoff Rankings are getting a shakeup coming out of Week 11.

Over the weekend, a pair of top-15 teams faltered. Near the top of the rankings, No. 6 Oregon was upset by Washington.

Heading into Week 11, the Ducks were the second-highest-ranked team with one loss behind No. 5 Tennessee. Now, Oregon is likely eliminated from CFP Contention moving forward.

As for the top 4, that was unlikely to change with Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU all remaining undefeated. Out of the B1G, the Buckeyes blew past Indiana while the Wolverines cruised by Nebraska in big wins.

Week 12 is not expected to provide a major shakeup to the B1G. Ohio State and Michigan will be favored in matchups against Maryland and Illinois, respectively, before The Game in Week 13.

As for the rest of the top 4, Georgia faces Kentucky and TCU faces Baylor. Both Georgia and Baylor will be favored but both of those games are on the road.

Here is how the CFP Rankings look with two weeks left to go before Championship Weekend:

College Football Playoff Rankings, Nov. 15, 2022

#1 Georgia
#2 Ohio State
#3 Michigan
#4 TCU
#5 Tennessee
#6 LSU
#7 USC
#8 Alabama
#9 Clemson
#10 Utah
#11 Penn State
#12 Oregon
#13 North Carolina
#14 Ole Miss
#15 Kansas State
#16 UCLA
#17 Washington 
#18 Notre Dame
#19 Florida State
#20 UCF
#21 Tulane
#22 Oklahoma State
#23 Oregon State
#24 NC State
#25 Cincinnati