LSU beat Alabama in overtime with a two-point conversion to shake up the college football playoff race, while Georgia made arguably their biggest home game in program history, knocking Tennessee out of the top rankings and highlighting Saturday’s top 25 games. Along with Clemson’s loss to Notre Dame, there are some changes in Sunday’s Week 11 AP rankings and the subsequent playoff poll this week, and our latest projections reflect how we think analysts will vote.

TCU continued their unbeaten streak with a victory over Texas Tech while Oregon won their eighth game in a row. Hugh Freese and the Liberty upset Arkansas in a game that would have national ranking implications.

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Leading up to the weekend, the Flames were ranked 23rd in the nation and were able to break into the top 20 after a 21–19 victory. Post-game attention surrounded Freese and the Auburn coaching vacancy, tying them together after the former coach Ole Miss improved to 8-1 this season. It was Liberty’s first victory in program history against an SEC school.

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Here’s our AP Top 25 ranking prediction for week 11 after the crazy weekend starting in November: