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CFP committee sees 'championship-caliber team' in Miami (2:24)

Kirby Hocutt says the selection committee continues to be impressed with undefeated Miami and moved the Hurricanes past No. 3 Clemson. Hocutt also explains whether Clemson's previous loss to Syracuse is finally weighing into the rankings. (2:24)

Not much changed in the College Football Playoff rankings, other than the Miami Hurricanes swapping places with the Clemson Tigers at No. 2 and No. 3. That will work itself out in the ACC title game on Dec. 2.

The rest of the rankings? Take a look at them now, because they are certain to change come rivalry week. The Alabama Crimson Tide play the Auburn Tigers in the Iron Bowl, and that is just the start of a stretch that could cause chaos across the college football landscape.

An Alabama loss would send the entire playoff outlook into flux, while the Wisconsin Badgers are still outsiders, despite being an undefeated Power 5 conference team.

There are many scenarios with possible two-loss teams, such as Auburn, Ohio State and TCU still in the mix, not to mention one-loss Georgia lurking in the SEC title game -- if it can get past rival Georgia Tech on Saturday.

One thing is certain: The rankings this week are due for a big change after this holiday weekend's games. This is the moment we've all been waiting for.