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  No. 3 Oregon, No. 4 Ohio State and No. 5 Cincinnati all moved up one spot behind No. 1 Georgia and No. 2 Alabama in the second College Football Playoff rankings, which were released Tuesday night. Two Southeastern Conference teams sat atop the ranking for a second straight week, but after Michigan State lost last weekend, at least one spot in the top four was certain to change.

The CFP selection committee simply bumped up the Ducks, Buckeyes and Bearcats and dropped Michigan State to No. 7 behind No. 6 Michigan. "It's worth noting that teams ranked two through six all won, but the committee just didn't see a separation," committee chairman and Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said. The Spartans beat the Wolverines 37-33 just two weeks ago, but the head-to-head result didn't carry the debate with the committee. "The Michigan-Michigan State discussion started last week," Barta said. "The committee went back and forth. Michigan, statistically, is probably a more complete team." For the second straight week, Cincinnati set a new mark for best ranking for a team outside the Power Five conferences. The Bearcats were sixth in the first rankings. - AP College Football


rSo/2025 QB C.J. StroudOhio State
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