An interesting Week 13 has helped shake out the College Football Playoff Rankings heading into the final week of the regular season.

Over the weekend, the No. 6 (Oregon) and No. 8 (Penn State) teams lost. With each of those squads taking their second loss, those teams are all but eliminated from CFP contention.

Every team in the top five won, including Ohio State’s headline victory over the Nittany Lions in Columbus. Minnesota, who was No. 10 last week, rebounded with a strong win against Northwestern, setting up an epic finale against Wisconsin.

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As we head into Rivalry Week and the Thanksgiving holiday, here is how the CFP Committee ranked the field Tuesday evening:

  • 1. Ohio State
  • 2. LSU
  • 3. Clemson
  • 4. Georgia
  • 5. Alabama
  • 6. Utah
  • 7. Oklahoma
  • 8. Minnesota
  • 9. Baylor
  • 10. Penn State
  • 11. Florida
  • 12. Wisconsin
  • 13. Michigan
  • 14. Oregon
  • 15. Auburn
  • 16. Notre Dame
  • 17. Iowa
  • 18. Memphis
  • 19. Cincinnati
  • 20. Boise State
  • 21. Oklahoma State
  • 22. USC
  • 23. Iowa State
  • 24. Virginia Tech
  • 25. App. State