How the latest College Football Playoff rankings set up a wild November

The College Football Playoff selection committee didn't make any drastic changes to its second of six rankings on Tuesday night, but with Michigan State losing to Purdue on Saturday, No. 3 Oregon, No. 4 Ohio State and No. 5 Cincinnati were all promoted one spot from the first ranking. No. 1 Georgia and No. 2 Alabama stood firm at the top.

It wasn't a huge surprise, considering just about everyone struggled to win in convincing fashion on Saturday.

No. 7 Michigan State, though, dropped behind No. 6 Michigan in spite of beating the Wolverines 37-33 on Oct. 30, so it wasn't entirely without a little drama. Here's what it all means moving forward: