As expected following a weekend that featured two top-four teams falling, there was a shakeup at the top of the College Football Playoff Rankings this week. LSU climbed from No. 2 to No. 1 after beating Alabama, which fell to No. 5. Ohio State and Clemson finished at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

Then there was what was likely the biggest surprise: Georgia moving up two spots from No. 6 to No. 4, and that's where we begin this week with our reactions to the second edition of the CFP Rankings.

No. 4 Georgia -- Overrated

The SEC: It just means more ... unless it's a loss to South Carolina. Then it doesn't mean anything. Seriously, let's go through the teams in this week's top 10, according to the CFP Selection Committee. Of those 10 teams, four don't have a loss. The other six teams have six losses between them. Here's a list of the teams that have beaten those six: No. 1 LSU, No. 8 Minnesota, No. 12 Auburn, No. 24 Kansas State, USC ... South Carolina.

Somehow, the team with the worst of those losses would be in the College Football Playoff if the season ended right now. Of course, the committee will point to Georgia's wins over No. 11 Florida and No. 16 Notre Dame as reasons for ranking it so high, and I'm not dismissing those wins. Only few teams in the country have two better wins than those on their resume.

But it's also hard to find teams with losses to South Carolina on their resume because South Carolina has only won four games this season. Those four wins have come against Charleston Southern, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, and of course, Georgia. The same team that beat Georgia just lost at home to No. 25 Appalachian State on Saturday. A week after Appalachian State lost at home to Georgia Southern.

Now, if we compare Georgia's resume to No. 5 Alabama, as I said above, Georgia has the better wins. What Alabama doesn't have, however, is a loss to South Carolina. Its lone loss just came to No. 1 LSU by five points with a quarterback who wasn't fully healthy. Now, if there's any good news, it's that Georgia still has plenty of chances to prove itself worthy. It gets No. 12 Auburn this weekend, and if it wins the SEC East, it'll face LSU or maybe Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. So if it wins out, it will deserve to be in the top four. At the moment, however, it does not.

No. 10 Oklahoma -- Underrated

Why does the committee hate Oklahoma so much? I can understand having the Sooners ranked behind both Penn State and Minnesota. Penn State has better wins, and Minnesota's win over Penn State is better than Oklahoma's best win as well. Also, Oklahoma's loss to No. 24 Kansas State is "worse" than Penn State's loss. But why are Utah and Oregon ahead of the Sooners?

Oklahoma's best win is a 34-27 win over No. 19 Texas on a neutral field. Utah's best win is either a 33-28 win at 6-4 Washington or a 21-3 win over 5-4 Arizona State at home. Oregon's best win is either a 35-31 win at that same Washington team or its 56-24 win at 6-4 USC. So, judging by the committee's rankings, Oklahoma has the best win.

Now let's compare their losses. Oklahoma lost 48-41 on the road to No. 24 Kansas State. Oregon lost to No. 12 Auburn 27-21 at a neutral site. Utah lost to an unranked USC that Oregon beat by 32 points. So, Oklahoma has the best win of the three, and Oregon has the best loss. So, fine, if you want to rank Oregon ahead of Oklahoma, there's a strong argument for it. But what's the argument for Utah ahead of Oklahoma? The Sooners have the best win between the two, while Utah has the worst loss.

No. 14 Wisconsin -- Overrated

The committee has overrated Wisconsin, but it does so because it has no choice. Nobody who has watched Wisconsin in its last three games would believe it's the 14th best team in the country, but the committee is in a bit of a conundrum. It can't rank Wisconsin behind a Michigan team it beat 35-14, nor can it rank the Badgers behind a Notre Dame team that Michigan beat. And we all know it couldn't put one-loss Group of Five teams like Cincinnati and Memphis ahead of those three. That would be anarchy! So I understand why Wisconsin is at No. 14, and I respect the position the committee is in with it, but that doesn't mean it's not overrated.

No. 20 Iowa -- Overrated

Iowa has an 18-17 road win against Iowa State. That's its best win, and it's a good win, but even so, Iowa State is currently a 5-4 team. A 5-4 team that carries a lot of weight, apparently, because Iowa is 0-3 against the three ranked teams it has faced, and its second-best win is 4-6 Purdue. I understand that Iowa hasn't been blown out in any of its three losses, so it should be ranked. The problem is that Oklahoma State is a three-loss team with wins over the same Iowa State team Iowa lost to as well as a win over No. 24 Kansas State. And speaking of Kansas State, the Wildcats have a win over No. 5 Oklahoma while all three of their losses have come to ranked teams as well. So wouldn't that give both of them a stronger case to be at No. 20 than Iowa?