The College Football Playoff selection committee has updated its rankings following an eventful Week 13 slate.

The final week of the regular season had several notable results. Michigan defeated Ohio State to clinch the Big Ten East and remain undefeated. Florida State, who dropped to No. 5 last week, overcame an early deficit to beat Florida on the road last week in its first game without quarterback Jordan Travis.

Michigan moved up two spots to No. 2 overall after its win over the Buckeyes. Ohio State dropped to No. 6 following its loss to Michigan on Saturday. Penn State also came in at No. 10, giving the Big Ten three programs in the top 10.

Florida State rose about the Buckeyes this week following their first loss of the season. In addition to Ohio State, other one-loss programs such as Alabama, Oregon and Texas remain in the mix for a College Football Playoff berth.

Here’s the full top 25 update from the selection committee going into conference championship weekend:

College Football Playoff rankings, Nov. 28

1. Georgia
2. Michigan
4. Florida State
5. Oregon
6. Ohio State
7. Texas
8. Alabama
9. Missouri
10. Penn State
11. Ole Miss
12. Oklahoma
13. LSU
14. Louisville
15. Arizona
16. Iowa
17. Notre Dame
18. Oklahoma State
19. NC State
20. Oregon State
21. Tennessee
22. Tulane
23. Clemson
24. Liberty
25. Kansas State