Tuesday marked 2015's penultimate College Football Playoff Rankings, and all was calm with the top four in place. But those on the outside looking in saw a shakeup that could resonate on Saturday.
The SEC's reign of dominance is officially over, and it's the Big Ten back in the saddle with three teams -- Iowa, Michigan State and Ohio State -- in the top six of Tuesday night's predicted College Football Playoff Rankings.
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Clay Helton is no longer USC's interim coach, he's just its coach now.
Oklahoma jumped Iowa to get into the No. 3 spot in the latest AP Top 25
Oklahoma has locked itself into the College Football Playoff and look like the hottest team in the sport. Will their run continue?
CBS Sports writers offer a projection of the College Football Playoff Rankings, set to be released Tuesday, following Oklahoma's big Bedlam win and Stanford knocking off Notre Dame.
There wasn't much in the way of upsets in the top 10. Will the status quo hold in the Associated Press Top 25?
From The Game to Bedlam to the Iron Bowl to a must-win for Notre Dame, there is plenty to keep you stuffed and fulfilled on college football's last full Saturday of the season.
With two weeks left to decide the College Football Playoff, here's how the currently-ranked top four teams in the country can miss a shot at the CFP National Championship.

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