The latest college football rankings in the AP Top 25 will released Sunday afternoon, along with the USA Today Coaches Poll.

Georgia will remain the nation’s No. 1 team after it thrashed Charleston Southern Saturday. However, after UGA, things get interesting.

Last week, Alabama was ranked No. 2, Cincinnati was ranked No. 3 and Ohio State was ranked No. 4. This week, we expect a shakeup, with Ohio State jumping to No. 2 and Alabama and Cincinnati sliding down to No. 3 and No. 4 respectively.

The new College Football Playoff rankings will be released Tuesday night on ESPN.

Below is how we project the AP Top 25 to look Sunday.

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 13 Projection

1. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Charleston Southern)
2. Ohio State Buckeyes (def. Michigan State)
3. Alabama Crimson Tide (def. Arkansas)
4. Cincinnati Bearcats (def. SMU)
5. Michigan Wolverines (def. Maryland)
6. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (def. Georgia Tech)
7. Oklahoma State Cowboys (def. Texas Tech)
8. Oregon Ducks (lost to Utah)
9. Ole Miss Rebels (def. Vanderbilt)
10. Oklahoma Sooners (def. Iowa State)
11. Michigan State Spartans (lost to Ohio State)
12. Baylor Bears (def. Kansas State)
13. BYU Cougars (def. Georgia Southern)
14. Utah Utes (def. Oregon)
15. UTSA Road Runners (def. UAB)
16. Texas A&M Aggies (def. Prairie View)
17. Houston Cougars (def. Memphis)
18. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (lost to Clemson)
19. Iowa Hawkeyes (def. Illinois)
20. Wisconsin Badgers (def. Nebraska)
21. Pittsburgh Panthers (def. UVA)
22. Louisiana Ragin Cajuns (def. Liberty)
23. Clemson Tigers (def. Wake Forest)
24. San Diego State Aztecs (def. UNLV)
25. NC State Wolfpack (def. Syracuse)