The college football rankings will receive a major shakeup Sunday afternoon after Tennessee toppled Alabama 52-49 in Neyland Stadium.

The game of the year lived up to the hype, too, as Tennessee and Alabama traded haymakers. Alabama amassed a school record 17 penalties against Tennessee, and the Vols took advantage of the Tide’s mistakes.

How far will Tennessee climb? The Vols will either be ranked No. 2 or No. 3, as beating Alabama is arguably the best win of the season for any team. Could Tennessee be ranked No. 1?

How far will Alabama drop? The Crimson Tide were ranked No. 3 entering Saturday, and it’ll be interesting to see if the Tide fall out of the top 5.

Georgia will likely still be ranked No. 1, and Ohio State will either be No. 2 or No. 3. Michigan will round out the top 4 teams.

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

College football rankings: AP Top 25 Week 8 projection

1. Georgia Bulldogs (def. Vanderbilt)
2. Ohio State Buckeyes (bye)
3. Tennessee Volunteers (def. Alabama)
4. Clemson Tigers (def. FSU)
5. Alabama Crimson Tide (lost to Tennessee)
6. Michigan Wolverines (def. Penn State)
7. Ole Miss Rebels (def. Auburn)
8. TCU Horned Frogs (def. Oklahoma State)
9. UCLA Bruins (bye)
10. USC Trojans (lost to Utah)
11. Oklahoma State Cowboys (lost to TCU)
12. Syracuse Orange (def. NC State)
13. Utah Utes (def. USC)
14. Penn State Nittany Lions (lost to Michigan)
15. Oregon Ducks (bye)
16. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (bye)
17. Kansas State Wildcats (bye)
18. Kentucky Wildcats (def. Mississippi State)
19. Cincinnati Bearcats (bye)
20. Texas Longhorns (def. Iowa State)
21. Illinois Fighting Illini (def. Minnesota)
22. NC State Wolfpack (lost to Syracuse)
23. Kansas Jayhawks (lost to Oklahoma)
24. Mississippi State Bulldogs (lost to Kentucky)
25. North Carolina Tar Heels (def. Duke)