The Week 13 2022 College Football Playoff rankings

The Week 13 College Football Playoff Top 25 rankings were released Tuesday night on ESPN.

As has been the case for the last three weeks, Georgia (1), Ohio State (2), Michigan (3), and TCU (4) represented the top-four.

Tennessee was stunned — in beatdown fashion — by unranked South Carolina on Saturday. With the loss, the Vols fell from fifth to 10th in the latest College Football Playoff rankings (and they lost star quarterback Hendon Hooker to a torn ACL). LSU moved up from sixth to fifth, and USC moved up from seventh to sixth.

Alabama (7) and Clemson (8) each moved up a spot as well, while Oregon (9) jumped three spots after taking down Utah (who fell from 10th to 14th) on Saturday.

The biggest jump in the top-25 was Washington moving up four spots to No. 13 after a 54-7 shellacking of Colorado (which followed a a wild 37-34 road victory over Oregon).

Saturday could be significant for the College Football Playoff picture, with Michigan taking on Ohio State in Columbus. Perhaps a close, well-played game won’t lead to much movement, but a lopsided game certainly could.

Here’s a peek at how the college football world is reacting on social media to the Week 13 CFP rankings:

The final CFP rankings will be revealed next Tuesday, and selection day will be Sunday, Dec. 4.

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