Six weeks ago, Clemson moved to the top spot of the Congrove Computer Rankings and continues to hold that position heading in to Sunday's release of the final College Football Playoff Committee rankings and selection show. General consensus appears to have the committee keeping Alabama and Clemson at 1 and 2, but dropping Notre Dame behind Oklahoma.
The computer has Alabama behind the Tigers and ahead of Notre Dame, with Ohio State maintaining the 5th spot and Oklahoma staying at 6th. Michigan and Georgia switched places at 6 and 7 with the 'Dawgs falling behind the Wolverines.
UCF stayed 8th, while Washington State, Washington and Penn State didn't budge from last week's 9th, 10th and 11th spots.
Appalachian State (10-2) broke into the top 25 at No. 25 after winning the first-ever Sun Belt conference title. Idle Iowa slid back into the rankings at No. 24.
Texas dropped from 15 to 26 after absorbing a 4th loss (9-4) in the rematch with Oklahoma, and Northwestern (8-5) fell from 22nd to 31st.
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