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The newest College Football Playoff rankings are out, and we have a new team at No. 4 after a Texas A&M loss in Week 10 shook up the rankings!

Undefeated Washington is the new No. 4, taking over a spot that any felt they were snubbed for last week. Ohio State and Louisville — the two highest ranked one-loss spots — each moved up a spot behind Washington.

One of the biggest stories from this week’s rankings was the rankings of Texas A&M, Nebraska, and LSU. LSU dropped 11 spots after a 10-0 loss to a No. 1 ranked Alabama, while A&M only dropped four spots after an embarrassing loss to Mississippi State, and Nebraska only dropped nine spots after a 59-point loss to Ohio State. Tigers fans certainly have a right to be upset.

The full rankings: (Last week in parentheses)

1. Alabama (1)
2. Clemson (2)
3. Michigan (3)
4. Washington (5)
5. Ohio State (6)
6. Louisville (7)
7. Wisconsin (8)
8. Texas A&M (4)
9. Auburn (9)
10. Penn State (12)
11. Oklahoma (14)
12. Colorado (15)
13. Oklahoma State (18)
14. Virginia Tech (19)
15. Utah (16)
16. West Virgina (20)
17. North Carolina (21)
18. Florida State (22)
19. Nebraska (10)
20. USC (NR)
21. Western Michigan (23)
22. Boise State (24)
23. Washington State (25)
24. LSU (13)
25. Arkansas (NR)

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