The college football rankings will certainly get a shakeup Sunday afternoon and on into Tuesday for the College Football Playoff Rankings.

Tennessee, which was ranked No. 1 in the CFP rankings, was manhandled against Georgia Saturday 27-13. The Bulldogs defense suffocated the Volunteers high-powered offense, and the Bulldogs will remain the top-ranked team in the nation, according to the AP Top 25 poll. UGA will also likely jump to No. 1 in the Playoff rankings.

Elsewhere, LSU shocked Alabama in Death Valley with an epic 32-31 upset. Instead of tying the game in overtime, LSU went for the 2-point conversion and the win, and Tigers quarterback Jayden Daniels hit tight end Mason Taylor for the game winner.

Unranked Notre Dame also upset Clemson 35-14. Dabo Swinney described it best — “total ass kicking.”

Below is how we think the AP Top 25 will look Sunday afternoon.

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 11 projection

1. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Tennessee)
2. Ohio State Buckeyes (def. Northwestern)
3. Michigan Wolverines (def. Rutgers)
4. Tennessee Volunteers (lost to Georgia)
5. TCU Horned Frogs (def. Texas Tech)
6. Oregon Ducks (def. Colorado)
7. LSU Tigers (def. Alabama)
8. USC Trojans (def. Cal)
9. Alabama Crimson Tide (lost to LSU)
10. Clemson Tigers (lost to Notre Dame)
11. UCLA Bruins (def. Arizona State)
12. Ole Miss Rebels (bye)
13. Utah Utes (def. Arizona)
14. Penn State Nittany Lions (def. Indiana)
15. North Carolina Tar Heels (def. UVA)
16. Tulane Green Wave (def. Tulsa)
17. Illinois Fighting Illini (lost to Michigan State)
18. Liberty Flames (def. Arkansas)
19. UCF Knights (def. Memphis)
20. NC State Wolfpack (def. Wake Forest)
21. Texas Longhorns (def. Kansas State)
22. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (def. Clemson)
23. Cincinnati Bearcats (def. Navy)
24. Washington Huskies (def. Oregon State)
25. Florida State Seminoles (def. Miami)