The third College Football Playoff rankings for 2015 didn't have much change at the top, but there was plenty of shakeup just outside of the first four.

Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame went unchanged in the top four, while Iowa and Oklahoma State were just on the outside. Oklahoma, which gave Baylor its first loss, jumped up to No. 7.

There are still three weeks remaining in the regular season and many of the top 10 teams set to face each other, there is still plenty of opportunity for teams 7-10 to earn a spot in the playoff.

Ole Miss moved back into the rankings, which means Alabama has three wins over current top 25 teams with the potential to play Florida in the SEC Championship Game.

Here's a look at the selection committee's entire top 25: