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Oregon is now fourth in the College Football Top Four Rankings; Top 3 stays the same

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 4th, 2014 at 7:57 PM EST

The College Football Playoff Rankings for the Top 25 have been released. The second week of the rankings for the Top 3 have stayed similar to the first week.

There was only one change in the Top Four, as the top three teams stayed the same. The Oregon Ducks are now the fourth ranked team, replacing the Ole Miss Rebels.

Dak Prescott (Getty Images)

Dak Prescott (Getty Images)

Mississippi State Bulldogs is the No. 1 ranked team. The Florida State Seminoles, who needed a late comeback against Louisville Cardinals, stays the No. 2 ranked team.

The Auburn Tigers, who defeated the No. 4 ranked Ole Miss on a late field goal this past week, is in the third slot.

The Ducks move up two spots to the fourth spot following the Rebels loss. Oregon, whose biggest win came against Michigan State Spartans in September, is 8-1.

“It was very close,” Jeff Long, Arkansas Athletic Director and Chairman of the Playoff Committee. “It is the product of their other wins, especially against UCLA. It make them a step ahead at this point.”

The first two out are Alabama and TCU. The Crimson Tide are 5th, while the Horned Frogs are 6th.

“We watched the film and compared the two,” Long added. “We felt like Alabama was the better team of the two.”

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