-- Things remained the same at the top of the latest unveiling of the College Football Playoff rankings, but one team took quite the tumble down the list.
Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Mississippi State are again the top four teams in the CFP rankings, in fact the top seven teams from last week's rankings remained unchanged. TCU, Ohio State and Baylor held steady at the Nos. 5-7 spots.
Mississippi, however, took a spill going from No. 8 last week all the way down to No. 19 following an embarrassing 30-0 road loss to Arkansas that was the Rebels' third straight SEC defeat.
As a result of Ole Miss' fall, UCLA, fresh off its win over rival USC, moved up to No. 8. Georgia and Michigan State rounded out the top 10. The Spartans benefited from the Rebels fall, moving back into the top 10 after landing at No. 11 the previous week.
Further down the rankings is the battle to see which school from outside the Power 5 conferences will earn a guaranteed spot in a New Year's bowl. Boise State moved in to the CFP top 25 rankings at No. 23 followed by Marshall which entered at No. 24.