The fourth College Football Playoff Rankings have officially been released, based on games played through the date of November 18.
And if you've got a long, hefty chain hanging around your neck, odds are you enjoy the decision.
Atop the rankings are Alabama, as expected, followed by Miami, Clemson, and Oklahoma who round up the Top 4. Welcome to the two spot, 'Canes!
Undefeated Wisconsin remain on the outside looking in at the Top 4, with their weak schedule denying them a higher ranking.
Meanwhile Auburn is still creeping up the board at No. 6 and will have their fate decided in Week 13 against No. 1 Alabama, in a game that could very drastically shake up the top of the rankings.
Georgia remains at No. 7 and it's unclear that a win against Georgia Tech would be enough to vault them back into the Top 4, without some of the top teams losing in Week 13.
Wins vs. current Top 25 teams by the Top 13 teams:— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 22, 2017
1. Alabama 2
2. Miami 2
3. Clemson 2
4. Oklahoma 3
5. Wisconsin 1
6. Auburn 2
7. Georgia 3
8. Notre Dame 2
9. Ohio State 2
10. Penn State 1
11. USC 1
12. TCU 1
13. Wash. State 3
Miami is aiming to remain perfect on the season as they travel to face Pittsburgh on the road, while both Clemson and Oklahoma will be hoping to maintain their current positions, with the Tigers preparing to face South Carolina and the Sooners hosting West Virginia. Clearly, Miami's late momentum is at the front of the committee's minds, with Clemson's Syracuse loss looming much larger after the Orange were absolutely pasted by Louisville this past weekend.
The Top 10 is rounded up by Notre Dame at No. 8, Ohio State at No. 9, and Penn State at No. 10.