There was plenty to dissect after the second week of the College Football Playoff rankings.

Penn State is once again a top 10 squad. Wisconsin inches closer to the No. 4 spot even with two losses on its resume. Despite a blowout loss, Nebraska found itself ahead of an LSU team that held Alabama scoreless through three quarters.

Michigan stayed at No. 3, that was probably the least surprising ranking for any B1G team on Tuesday. What was the most talked about? Yep, it was Ohio State and that fourth spot.

Whatever aspect you found most interesting, you could find the discussion on Twitter.

Let’s start with the most interesting decision of the night.

While many argued that Ohio State’s body of work and a 62-3 win over No. 10 Nebraska legitimized the Buckeyes’ argument as the fourth-best team, an undefeated Washington team was granted the final spot.

Some people didn’t agree with that choice:

But with three weeks left and a championship week following, there’s still some guaranteed losses looming for a couple top 10 teams:

Penn State is back to national relevance in the post-Joe Paterno era:

Each and every week, Michigan’s resume looks better and better:

With Wisconsin moving up the seventh spot, the Badgers are still alive and well for a berth in the College Football Playoff if they win out:

Finally, what did we take away most from this week?