It was another wild Saturday in college football as we saw some upsets, a few near-upsets and Georgia … being Georgia.

Once again, the college football landscape changes with another wacky week in the books, and ESPN’s college football analyst Paul Finebaum broke down his Top 4 Sunday morning.

He has a new team in the No. 2 spot.

4. Cincinnati Bearcats: “We start with Cincinnati at No. 4. The Bearcats, again, did what they had to do and that has really become their mantra as they have plowed their way through another undefeated season.”

3. Alabama Crimson Tide: “At No. 3, it’s Alabama. It was the shakiest afternoon since Texas A&M. Alabama looked done. A lot of people had written their epitaph, but here comes Bryce Young at the end of the game in one of the most classic finishes in Iron Bowl history. Nick Saban exorcizing some of the demons from the Kick Six.”

2. Michigan Wolverines: “At No. 2, Michigan. It was Jim Harbaugh’s signature game, signature win at Michigan. It was outstanding. A man who a year ago was on the hot seat comes through big and is on the verge of a Big Ten Championship and College Football Playoff appearance.

1. Georgia Bulldogs: “At No. 1? Who else but Georgia? Just another ho-hum blowout of its in-state rival, Georgia Tech. Georgia gets ready for Alabama.”

If the Wolverines can finish off Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game, they will go to their first College Football Playoff. Iowa ended Penn State’s hopes of an undefeated season earlier this year, so this won’t be an easy out for the Wolverines.

But, at least for now, Michigan will probably move to the No. 2 slot which hasn’t been friendly to the Big Ten this season. Both Ohio State and Iowa were No. 2 and lost the following week.