Last week, Michigan vaulted into the top 4 of the College Football Playoff rankings, which is of course a good sign.

If the Wolverines keep winning, the only way they wouldn’t make the playoff is if a team jumped them. Is it possible? Sure.

Is it likely? Probably not. Georgia jumping over Michigan is a possibility if the Bulldogs were to beat Alabama in the SEC Championship, but games before then still have to be played.

This past week, the teams ranked No. 1-10 each won their respective games. There wasn’t supposed to be much of a shake-up going into this week’s rankings, and for the most part, that was indeed the case.

Below are the most recent College Football Playoff rankings:

  1. Alabama
  2. Clemson
  3. Notre Dame
  4. Michigan
  5. Georgia
  6. Oklahoma
  7. LSU
  8. Washington State
  9. West Virginia
  10. Ohio State
  11. UCF
  12. Syracuse
  13. Florida
  14. Penn State
  15. Texas
  16. Iowa State
  17. Kentucky
  18. Washington
  19. Utah
  20. Boston College
  21. Mississippi State
  22. Northwestern
  23. Utah State
  24. Cincinnati
  25. Boise State

Again, not much change was supposed to take place near the top. That’s exactly what happened. The Top 10 remained the exact same.

Will chaos ensue in Week 12?