The second edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings is out as we head toward Week 11 of the college football season.

The initial rankings turned plenty of heads and generated a lot of heated debate. Among other things, the CFP Committee went with Alabama at No. 2 on their rankings while slotting Cincinnati in at No. 6 – 4 spots lower than where the Bearcats sit on the AP Poll.

This week, there was always bound to be at least one new face in the top 4. Michigan State – slotted at No. 3 on the initial rankings – was upset in Week 10 by Purdue.

Here is how the complete top 25 looks following Week 10:

No. 1 Georgia

No. 2 Alabama

No. 3 Oregon

No. 4 Ohio State

No. 5 Cincinnati

No. 6 Michigan

No. 7 Michigan State

No. 8 Oklahoma

No. 9 Notre Dame

No. 10 Oklahoma State

No. 11 Texas A&M

No. 12 Wake Forest

No. 13 Baylor

No. 14 BYU

No. 15 Ole Miss

No. 16 NC State

No. 17 Auburn

No. 18 Wisconsin

No. 19 Purdue

No. 20 Iowa

No. 21 Pittsburgh

No. 22 San Diego State

No. 23 UTSA

No. 24 Utah

No. 25 Arkansas