The CFP selection committee will release its latest set of rankings on Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. ET during its traditional show on ESPN.
LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia should again make the top four of the CFP, while Oregon and UCLA are closing in on a playoff spot.
The Bulldogs' win over Auburn vaulted them into the No.4 spot, while LSU, Ohio State and Clemson remained in the top three.
The reigning national champions have secured a fifth consecutive divisional title and can move within one game of finishing a second straight regular season undefeated.
Clemson is back in the top four, while Alabama could miss the playoffs and the Big 12 has work to do.
Minnesota made the biggest leap and now sits in the top 10 after knocking off Penn State last weekend. LSU, Ohio State and Clemson hold down the top three spots, and the race for the fourth spot heats up.
LSU is expected to claim the No. 1 spot in the CFP rankings, while Alabama could fall out of the top four after losing to the Tigers.
Following the 46-41 over Alabama LSU tops both polls and is expected to claim to the No.1 spot in the new set of College Football Playoff ranking on Tuesday.
The defending national champions were ranked at No.5 by the College Football Playoff committee and have no room for error.
Being ranked No. 5 by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee hasn't dampened the Tigers' odds at several sportsbooks.
The College Football Playoff committee has Ohio State at No. 1 in its initial 2019 standing, and LSU-Alabama is not a 1-2 matchup anymore in the ranking that means the most.
The College Football Playoff Committee will release its first rankings of the year on Tuesday, November 6.
LSU and Alabama will officially be going into their eagerly-awaited clash next Saturday as the top-two ranked teams in college football.
The reigning national champions look to improve their record for the season to 9-0 and extend their winning run to 24 games when they host Wofford.
The Tigers climbed to No. 1 for the first time this season after beating Auburn 23-20, while Oklahoma dropped five spots to No. 10.
Clemson hopes to halt its slide down the rankings and improve to 8-0 against its ACC Atlantic rivals on Saturday.
Ohio State jumped to No. 3 in the AP poll in Week 8, while Alabama and LSU retained the first two spots.
The defending champions have dropped to No. 3 in the rankings and look to climb back in the top two when they play Louisville in Week 8.
The two ACC rivals return from a Week 6 bye with Clemson looking for a 21st consecutive win when it hosts the Seminoles.
Clemson and Alabama are back in action this weekend after a bye in Week 6 in a jam-packed weekend featuring five meetings between Top 25-ranked teams.
Clemson looks to extend its winning streak to 20 games when it plays North Carolina on the road on Saturday.
The defending national champions could extend their winning record to 19 games when they host the 49ers this weekend.
Tua Tagovailoa, Jalen Hurts and Joe Burrow have emerged as the runaway favorites for the award after the first three games of the season.
Week 4 features three matchups between Top-25 ranked teams, including a major test for Georgia, which takes on Notre Dame.
Clemson could extend its winning streak to a school-record 18 games with a victory on the road against Syracuse.
No. 1-ranked Clemson travels to Syracuse, while No.2-ranked Alabama takes on South Carolina on the road.
The defending champions look to extend their winning streak to 17 games and are heavy favorites against the Aggies.
Defending champion Clemson hosts No. 12 Texas A&M, while No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia take on New Mexico State and Murray State.
The defending national champions kick off their campaign against Georgia Tech in front of their own fans on Thursday.