No change is good thing for Michigan in the College Football Playoff rankings, with the Wolverines staying put at No. 3 in week two.
The top two spots stayed the same as well, with defending national champion Alabama staying at No. 1, and Clemson remains at No. 2.
CFP’s top-three had little argument, but No. 4, the last spot of the playoff, was awarded this time to Washington, which is at No. 4 in both major polls.
Last weeks No.4, Texas A&M, lost and fell to No. 8.
Though they are undefeated, the Huskies initially were ranked at-5 last Tuesday, this time, however, the CFP committee saw enough to put them in the top-four.
The last team out, well, is Ohio State, who comes in at No. 5 and is coming off a 62-3 blowout win against Nebraska on Saturday.
Louisville moved one spot to No. 6.
The Wolverines have defeated three teams in the CFP top-25, including No. 7 Wisconsin, No. 10 Penn State and No. 12 Colorado.