Georgia is out, Miami is in and Oklahoma finally has a seat in the top four as the College Football Playoff rankings were announced Tuesday night.
Alabama takes over at No. 1 after the previous top-ranked team, Georgia, got blown out by Auburn on Saturday. The Tigers are now sitting at No. 6 and are two weeks away from an Iron Bowl clash with the Crimson Tide.
Clemson also benefited from Saturday’s shake-ups, as the Tigers went from No. 4 to No. 2, following losses by Georgia and Notre Dame.
After Clemson is the team that knocked off Notre Dame — Miami. The third-ranked Hurricanes nearly wore out their turnover chain with four takeaways in a 41-8 drubbing of the Fighting Irish.
As a result of the loss, Notre Dame tumbled from No. 3 to No. 8 — one spot behind Georgia — but likely have had their hopes of making the CFP dashed.
Rounding out the top four in the CFP rankings are the Sooners, who are 9-1 after a 38-20 win over Big 12 foe TCU on Saturday.
Article source: http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/21415759/cfp-alabama-crimson-tide-clemson-tigers-miami-hurricanes-oklahoma-sooners-top-four
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