After another crazy weekend in college football, the playoff rankings continue to change. In week 11, we saw the number one and the number three team go down. Number one Georgia got beat by number 10 Auburn, 40-17. Then we saw number 3, Notre Dame get beat by number 7, Miami, 41-8. Alabama slipped past Mississippi State, by the score of 31-24. Then Oklahoma dominated TCU, by the score of 38-20.

After week 11, the rankings have shifted quite a bit again. My top four, are number 1, Alabama, number 2, Oklahoma, number 3, Miami and number 4, Clemson.

1. Alabama (10-0)

The Alabama Crimson Tide look to finish the season with a perfect record. The two teams that are standing in their way are, Mercer and Auburn. Alabama has looked good all season, but has struggled during some of the big games. This defense is allowing just 11 points per game. Their offense is slowly starting to click, with Jalen Hurts becoming a better passer. The Alabama offense is scoring 40 points per contest.

2. Oklahoma (9-1)

The Oklahoma Sooners come into week 12 rolling. This offense is led by Heisman leader Baker Mayfield. Their defense showed signs of what they can be against TCU. The defense is led by 3 Freshman, in Tre Brown, Tre Norwood and Robert Barnes. The Oklahoma offense is scoring 45 points per game and the defense is allowing 27 points per contest. The offense has had running back Rodney Anderson , who has stepped up with 521 yards rushing and touchdowns.

3. Miami (9-0)

This Miami team is around something called the turnover chain. Everytime they get a turnover the player responsible gets the chain. This defense is giving up just 17 points per game and averages 3 turnovers per game. You cannot forget about this offense, led by Malik Rosier. Rosier has thrown for 2,401 yards and 20 touchdowns.

4. Clemson (9-1)

This is a very balanced football team. The offense is scoring 33 points per game and the defense is giving up only 15 points per game. Their offense is led by the very explosive player, named Kelly Bryant. Bryant has thrown for 1,924 yards and 7 touchdowns. You also can’t forget that Clemson are the defending champs.

First Two Out

Wisconsin (10-0)

Auburn (8-2)