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Who were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings?
- Bama still leads CFP rankings as top 7 unchanged
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
- Gators TE Pitts to return on Saturday vs. UK
- Bama unanimous No. 1; Northwestern up to 11
The top seven teams in the College Football Playoff rankings remained unchanged Tuesday, as Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State continue to occupy the top four spots.
Mac Jones and Kyle Trask stay atop the list, but Trevor Lawrence's return has him climbing up the ranks.
The top of the AP Top 25 college football poll remains the same, but there's plenty of movement in the back half. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which teams have the best chance to make this season's College Football Playoff.
Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach make their latest picks for the College Football Playoff and every bowl game.
Alabama and Notre Dame solidify spots in the top four, while Ohio State's CFP hopes might be dashed. Trevor Lawrence has Clemson back in the playoff mix, and Cincinnati, Florida and Texas A&M all make an appearance this week.
A strong week from the top ten leaves little change this week. Coastal Carolina climbs into the top ten while Northwestern and Oregon tumble down the ranks. All that and more in the Power Rankings after Week 13.
Vanderbilt's kicker and Buffalo's running back left their marks on an untraditional rivalry weekend in which Trevor Lawrence also played his final home game.
— Florida’s Kyle-to-Kyle connection returned in a big way after a two-week hiatus and put the sixth-ranked Gators on the verge of the Southeastern Conference championship game.