After earning victories over Georgia Southern and Oregon, respectively, BYU and Utah moved up in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, released Tuesday night.

The Cougars jumped up one spot from No. 14 to No. 13, while the Utes leapt from No. 23 to No. 19.

BYU (9-2) has now been in the CFP rankings every week they’ve been released this season, while Utah (8-3) has been in the rankings all but one week.

The Cougars, who are ranked No. 13 in The Associated Press poll and No. 15 in the coaches poll, have won four consecutive games and play USC in their regular season finale, with the opportunity to win 10 games in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 2008-2009.

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BYU is 5-1 against Power Five opponents this year — 4-0 against the Pac-12 — with wins over No. 19 Utah, Arizona State, Arizona, Washington State and Virginia, with a loss at No. 8 Baylor.

Utah is ranked No. 16 in the AP poll and No. 19 in the coaches poll, and has won seven of its last eight games. Pac-12 South Division champs, the Utes are the overwhelming favorite to win the Pac-12, per ESPN, and play in the program’s first Rose Bowl.

Despite being crushed by Utah, Oregon (9-2) remains the top ranked team in the Pac-12 and the North Division favorite. The Ducks are ranked No. 11, falling eight spots from No. 3.

Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Cincinnati and Michigan are the top five teams in the rankings. Ohio State jumped from No. 3 to No. 2, with Alabama falling from No. 2 to No. 3. Cincinnati moved up from No. 5 to No. 4, becoming the first team from a Group of Five conference to ever crack the top 4 in the CFP rankings.

College Football Playoff Rankings (Nov. 23)

  1. Georgia (11-0)
  2. Ohio State (10-1)
  3. Alabama (10-1)
  4. Cincinnati (11-0)
  5. Michigan (10-1)
  6. Notre Dame (10-1)
  7. Oklahoma State (10-1)
  8. Baylor (9-2)
  9. Ole Miss (9-2)
  10. Oklahoma (10-1)
  11. Oregon (9-2)
  12. Michigan State (9-2)
  13. BYU (9-2)
  14. Wisconsin (8-3)
  15. Texas A&M (8-3)
  16. Iowa (9-2)
  17. Pittsburgh (9-2)
  18. Wake Forest (9-2)
  19. Utah (8-3)
  20. NC State (8-3)
  21. San Diego State (10-1)
  22. UTSA (11-0)
  23. Clemson (8-3)
  24. Houston (10-1)
  25. Arkansas (7-4)
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