Flashback to 1985 when three of the top four teams lost in the same week. The same upset weekend just happened again.
Former No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Washington all lost. Clemson and Michigan both fell because of last-second field goals.
Alabama, the only undefeated Power Five conference team, won convincingly over Mississippi State, 51-3, last Saturday. It remains the No. 1 team in the country. As of right now, Clemson, now ranked No. 4, would be playing Alabama in the playoffs for a rematch of the latest national championship game.
Ohio State jumped into the top four at No. 2. It would be playing No. 3 Michigan. This matchup will be played before the actual playoffs in the final week of the regular season when the Wolverines travel to Ohio.
Louisville is the first team out, coming in at No. 5, while Washington moves to No. 6.
This week in the rankings there are six SEC teams ranked in the top 25. Florida slid back into the rankings at No. 23 after falling out last week. Texas A&M fell to No. 25 after its third straight loss, while Auburn fell to No. 15 after its loss to Georgia.
Alabama continues its quest to finish the regular season undefeated against Chattanooga on Saturday. Kick off is at 6 pm. in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Take a look at the complete rankings:
2. Ohio State
8. Penn State
11. Oklahoma State
13. Southern California
14. West Virginia
17. Florida State
20. Boise State
21. Western Michigan
22. Washington State
25. Texas A&M
Source:: The Crimson White Sports