ESPN’s panel of college football experts has updated their picks for the College Football Playoff field. After a crazy Week 7, the panel has a drastically different look heading toward Week 8.

Most notably, Alabama — previously a unanimous pick to make the CFP — has slid down the ballots. Tennessee upset the Tide on a last-second field goal Saturday, and the Vols now appear on all 13 ballots.

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Georgia and Ohio State are also locked in as unanimous choices for the Playoff field. The Bulldogs cruised with a Week 7 matchup against Vanderbilt while the Buckeyes were idle for a bye week.

The No. 4 spot for the Playoff remains up in the air. The new leader for the No. 4 spot is Michigan, landing on 8 of the 13 ballots after a crushing win over Penn State.

Clemson also received 4 votes while Oregon received 1 vote. Alabama fell off the ballots entirely.

As things currently stand, Ohio State and Michigan appear on a collision course for The Game, and both teams stand a solid chance of making it to the regular-season finale undefeated.

As for the SEC, at least Georgia or Tennessee will take a blemish along the way. Those two teams have yet to face off in what will be a key matchup for the race to the Playoff.