​The latest College Football Playoff rankings have been released heading into Week 14 of the season. And were there a ton of shakeups following "Rivalry Week."


The top four seeds in the playoff are Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and ​the newcomer Georgia Bulldogs, respectively. Behind them are the Oklahoma Sooners and ​Ohio State Buckeyes, following their huge wins last weekend.

The Michigan Wolverines, following their demeaning defeat at the hands of the Buckeyes, dropped all the way down to No. 7 on the list. Rounding out the top 10 is UCF, Florida and LSU.

​​Another team that saw a significant drop in the rankings were the Washington State Cougars, falling from No. 8 to 13. The Washington Huskies, who defeated the Cougars, jumped all the way up to No. 11. Penn State, Texas and Kentucky round out the top-15.

​​The Texas A&M Aggies skyrocketed up the rankings as a result of their impressive come from behind victory over LSU, which took seven overtimes to accomplish. On the opposite side of the spectrum, West Virginia fell down after losing to the Sooners, dashing any hopes of them playing in the Big 12 Championship Game against Texas.

​​Rounding out the top 25 in the latest rankings are Northwestern, Boise State, Iowa State, Missouri, and Fresno State.

The wild set of games last week gave fans expectations of a major shakeup in the CFP rankings, and it did not disappoint.