Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Iowa Make Top Four In New College Football Playoff Rankings

The College Football Playoff committee released its fourth rankings of the 2015 season with plenty of changes at the top of the standings.

Ohio State, the defending national champions and No. 3 team in the rankings last week, was upset by Michigan State on a last second field goal while Oklahoma State, who was No. 5 last week, suffered their first loss of the season against Baylor. Both teams fell significantly in the rankings, creating new opportunities for other teams.

Remember, these rankings serve as a reflection of where teams stand right now with their current resume. They aren't necessarily a representation of which teams the committee thinks are the best in the country - that won't be determined until the end of the season and every team has finished their regular season.

Check out where your team stands below:


1) Clemson Tigers (11-0)

2) Alabama Crimson Tide (10-1)

3) Oklahoma Sooners (10-1)

4) Iowa Hawkeyes (11-0)


5) Michigan State Spartans (10-1)

6) Notre Dame Fighting Irish (10-1)

7) Baylor Bears (9-1)

8) Ohio State Buckeyes (10-1)

9) Stanford Cardinal (9-2)

10) Michigan Wolverines (9-2)

11) Oklahoma State Cowboys (10-1)

12) Florida Gators (10-1)

13) Florida State Seminoles (9-2)

14) North Carolina Tar Heels (10-1)

15) Navy Midshipmen (9-1)

16) Northwestern Wildcats (9-2)

17) Oregon Ducks (8-3)

18) Ole Miss Rebels (8-3)

19) TCU Horned Frogs (9-2)

20) Washington State Cougars (8-3)

21) Mississippi State Bulldogs (8-3)

22) UCLA Bruins (8-3)

23) Utah Utes (8-3)

24) Toledo Rockets (9-1)

25) Temple Owls (9-2)

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