The top two teams in the country — Alabama and Miami — both lost this weekend, so now the College Football Playoff rankings will likely be thrown into turmoil once again.

Who will be in the new top four when the updated rankings are revealed on Tuesday night? No one knows, probably not even the committee at this point.

On Sunday morning’s SportsCenter, Paul Finebaum and Booger McFarland tried their best to come up with their top four teams, but it isn’t easy making sense of the mess at the top of the rankings.

Finebaum’s top-four list featured two SEC teams and looked like this:

  • No. 1 — Auburn
  • No. 2 — Oklahoma
  • No. 3 — Clemson
  • No. 4 — Alabama

Meanwhile, McFarland could only come up with a top-three, admitting he has no idea who should be No. 4 right now:

  • No. 1 — Clemson
  • No. 2 — Oklahoma
  • No. 3 — Auburn
  • No. 4 — ???

Wisconsin, Georgia or Alabama would have been good candidates for Booger’s final spot, but he decided instead to leave the spot blank.

The CFP committee doesn’t have that option, though, so it’ll be interesting to see what happens on Tuesday night.