College Football Playoff Rankings: Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington on top

Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington are the top four in the latest College Football Playoff Rankings.
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Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington top this week’s College Football Playoff Rankings.

Alabama remains No. 1 as they managed to get by LSU with a 10–0 win that was scoreless heading into the fourth quarter.

Clemson handily shutout Syracuse 54–0 despite DeShaun Watson having to leave the game early with a shoulder injury. They will play Pitt on Saturday. 

Michigan cruised past Maryland with a 59–3 win. At 9–0, the Wolverines are favored to go into their Nov. 26 contest against Ohio State undefeated.

After stunning many last week as the No. 4 team in the country ahead of Washington, Texas A&M lost 35–28 against Mississippi State to shake up the playoff picture.

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The Huskies beat Cal 66–27, move up to No. 4 and remain the top team in the Pac-12.

View the latest College Football Playoff Rankings below:

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Michigan

4. Washington

5. Michigan

6. Louisville

7. Wisconsin

8. Texas A&M

9. Auburn

10. Penn State

11. Oklahoma

12. Colorado

13. Oklahoma State

14. Virginia Tech

15. Utah

16. West Virginia

17. North Carolina

18. Florida State

19. Nebraska

20. USC

21. Western Michigan

22. Boise State

23. Washington State

24. LSU

25. Arkansas