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Utah Utes quarterback Travis Wilson (7) keeps the ball to run during the first half of a Pac-12 football game against the UCLA Bruins at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015.

Oklahoma moved into third and Iowa was fourth in the new College Football Playoff rankings as Notre Dame slipped to No. 6.

Clemson and Alabama remained the top two teams in the third-to-last committee rankings.

Utah, following a 17-9 loss to UCLA last week, fell from No. 13 to 23rd. The Utes are one of five Pac-12 teams in the rankings, including Stanford (9), Oregon (17), Washington State (20) and UCLA (22).

The Sooners (10-1) seem to be in solid shape with only one game left in their season. Oklahoma will play at Oklahoma State on Saturday with a chance to win the Big 12. The Cowboys dropped to 11th after losing its first game of the season

Notre Dame (10-1) also plays its last game of the season Saturday, a possible resume-builder against Stanford, which is ninth in the rankings.

Unbeaten Iowa (11-0) and No. 5 Michigan State (10-1) can setup a possible playoff play-in game in the Big Ten championship if both win this weekend.