College Football Playoff rankings 2016: Second foursome revealed

After another weekend of college football, the playoff picture is beginning to look more clear. On Tuesday night, the second batch of College Football Playoff rankings were unveiled by the selection committee.

Making up the top four in this week’s poll was, much to the surprise of no one, Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Washington.

Ohio State and Louisville are on the outside looking in.

Some of the biggest surprises in this week’s poll come in the SEC. After losing to Mississippi State, Texas A&M was able to miraculously remain in the top eight. LSU, however, which narrowly lost to Alabama, slid 11 spots to No. 24.

Where does your favorite team stand as we prepare for another weekend of action?

The full College Football Playoff rankings can be seen below:

1. Alabama Crimson Tide
2. Clemson Tigers
3. Michigan Wolverines
4. Washington Huskies
5. Ohio State Buckeyes
6. Louisville Cardinals
7. Wisconsin Badgers
8. Texas A&M Aggies
9. Auburn Tigers
10. Penn State Nittany Lions
11. Oklahoma Sooners
12. Colorado Buffaloes
13. Oklahoma State Cowboys
14. Virginia Tech Hokies
15. Utah Utes
16. West Virginia Mountaineers
17. North Carolina Tar Heels
18. Florida State Seminoles
19. Nebraska Cornhuskers
20. USC Trojans
21. Western Michigan Broncos
22. Boise State Broncos
23. Washington State Cougars
24. LSU Tigers
25. Arkansas Razorbacks

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