The top eight teams remain unchanged in the second set of the rankings

There hasn’t been much movement at the top of the College Football Playoff’s second-tier rankings.

With all five undefeated Power Five teams earning victories in Week 10, the top five remained unchanged. Ohio State retained the top spot ahead of Georgia, Michigan, Florida State and Washington.

Overall, the top eight have not changed. Oregon remained the team with the most individual losses at No. 6, ahead of Texas and Alabama. Ole Miss moved up to No. 9 and Penn State jumped to No. 10.

Ole Miss and Penn State withdrew due to Oklahoma’s loss to Oklahoma State. The Sooners fell to No. 17 and are now two spots behind the Cowboys at No. 15.

LSU fell from No. 14 to No. 19 after losing to Alabama, and Notre Dame fell from No. 15 to No. 20 after losing to Clemson on the road.

Georgia and Alabama aren’t moving after ranked wins

Georgia defeated No. 12 Missouri in Week 10 and remained in the same spot as Alabama. The committee was clearly confident enough in Ohio State’s strong second half in the win over Rutgers to keep the Buckeyes on top.

Alabama really didn’t have anywhere to go either. Texas defeated Alabama in September; Even though the Longhorns needed overtime to stave off a comeback at Kansas State, it’s hard to justify Alabama overtaking Texas based on that head-to-head win.

Georgia and Alabama didn't move in the CFP rankings this week. (Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)Georgia and Alabama didn't move in the CFP rankings this week. (Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Georgia and Alabama didn’t move in the CFP rankings this week. (Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) (Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Important matchups in week 11

There are two top-10 games in Week 11: No. 2 Georgia hosts No. 9 Ole Miss and No. 3 Michigan hosts No. 10 Penn State. With losses, Ole Miss and Penn State Wound see their playoff hopes wiped out.

No. 13 Tennessee meets No. 14 Missouri in a game that could go a long way toward determining a New Year’s Six bowl berth. No. 5 Washington also gets a test by visiting No. 18 Utah, and No. 6 Oregon hosts a USC team that dropped out of the rankings after losing to the Huskies in Week 10.

College Football Playoff Rankings

1. Ohio State (9-0)

2. Georgia (9:0)

3. Michigan (9-0)

4. Florida State (9-0)

5.Washington (9-0)

6. Oregon (8-1)

7. Texas (8-1)

8. Alabama (8-1)

9. Ole Miss (8-1)

10. Penn State (8-1)

11. Louisville (8-1)

12. Oregon State (7-2)

13. Tennessee (7-2)

14. Missouri (7-2)

15. Oklahoma State (7-2)

16. Kansas (7-2)

17. Oklahoma (7-2)

18. Utah (7-2)

19. LSU (6-3)

20. Notre Dame (7-3)

21. Arizona (6-3)

22. Iowa (7-2)

23. Tulane (8-1)

24. North Carolina (7-2)

25. Kansas State (6-3)

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