The losses of the two best teams last week, Alabama and Miami, have shaken things up in the Playoff Football University rankings when two schools make their first appearance in the CFP four in the penultimate standings of the season launched on Tuesday night.  In the n. ° 2, Auburn makes his debut in the top four after defeating his second best-ranked team of the season. The Tigers beat Alabama 26-14 at Saturday's Iron Bowl. Auburn previously beat Georgia when the Bulldogs were No. 1. Georgia (No. 6 this week) will have a chance to redeem as it will face an Auburn squad in the SEC's championship game on Saturday.
Auburn sits behind another group of Tigers as Clemson climbs to No. 1 on this week's CFP rankings. The reigning champions are followed by Auburn, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
If the winners of the ACC and SEC title games are a block, what other teams are in play for the last two places in the PPC? And is there a way for Alabama and Ohio State to do it?
Clemson takes the No. 1 spot, while Auburn jumps to No. 2 after his victory over Alabama, becoming the first two-loss team among the top four CFP Rankings.
The Badgers have spent the entire season outside the CFP semifinal bubble looking inward, but the only undefeated Power 5 school still needs to put one more W to stay between the first four. Wisconsin will face Ohio State in the Big Ten title game on Saturday. If the eighth-ranked Buckeyes wins, it could provide a convincing argument for a place in the semifinals.
The Sooners in third place will meet in a rematch for the title game of the conference as Oklahoma will face TCU for the Big 12 championship. However, the Sooners post is not guaranteed, as a No. 11 Horned Frogs loss on Saturday could knock them out of the CFP semifinal.
Despite Saturday's loss to rival Auburn, Nick Saban believes Alabama "deserves an opportunity to make the postseason," but that will depend on how the weekend of the conference title goes. At No. 5 this week in the CFP rankings, Alabama will have to wait for them to lose favorites like Oklahoma or Clemson, if that happens, the Crimson Tide curriculum can raise them again to the tie-breaker, however, unlike Miami and Ohio State , Alabama will not have the luxury of playing an additional game to expose their case.
Miami chose the worst moment to suffer their first defeat of the season, an impressive 24-14 loss to an unqualified Pittsburgh team. to the Hurricanes from No. 2 to No. 7, and his only hope of getting back into the top four starts with a win in Saturday's ACC title game against Clemson.
The Nittany Lions are followed by USC, the top-ranked Pac-12 team. The Trojans will face No. 12 Stanford for the conference championship on Friday night. That game will be a rematch of the USC victory on September 9.
TCU, enemy of Oklahoma in the Big 12 title game, is ranked 11th. Horned frogs are followed by Stanford and Washington. The Huskies entered the Apple Cup last week in 17th place, four places behind rival Washington State, but Washington's decisive 41-14 victory lifted the Huskies to No. 13 and sent the Cougars to No. 18.
UCF, a The winner over its state rival USF in a high-stakes thriller on Saturday, is the Group of 5 highest in the ranking and is ranked number 14 with designs in a game of New Year's bowl. The only thing left in the path of the undefeated Knights is No. 20 Memphis. The two teams will play each other in the AAC championship game, and it is likely that the winner will play in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
Notre Dame dropped from number 8 to number 15 after losing this weekend to Stanford. The Irish are followed by Michigan State, LSU, Washington State, Oklahoma State and Memphis.
Northwestern is No. 21 as Virginia Tech, Mississippi State, NC State and Fresno State complete the CFP top 25.