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Georgia moves to No. 4 in College Football Playoffs, Alabama 5th

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Alabama running back Najee Harris runs against LSU linebackers K’Lavon Chaisson (18) and Patrick Queen (8) during the second half Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. LSU won 46-41.

Alabama is fifth in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, behind LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia, which took over the fourth spot in the selection committee’s second top 25.

LSU replaced Ohio State as No. 1 after the Tigers won at Alabama on Saturday. The Buckeyes were bumped to No. 2. Clemson moved up two spots to No. 3 after two teams ahead of the Tigers lost for the first time last week, including Alabama.

The Crimson Tide fell 46-41 to LSU and dropped two spots. Penn State, which had been No. 4, lost 31-26 at Minnesota and fell to ninth. The unbeaten Gophers jumped nine spots to eighth.

Georgia moved up two spots to give the SEC two of the top four for the second straight week.

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