The Buckeyes are down five spots in the College Football Playoff rankings.
Ohio State has fallen to No. 7 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings following Saturday's 42-27 loss to Michigan, which is the new No. 2 team in the rankings.
The Buckeyes are the highest-ranked two-loss team in the rankings, checking in ahead of No. 8 Ole Miss. Ohio State is behind No. 6 Notre Dame – which just lost its head coach as Brian Kelly is heading to LSU – and No. 5 Oklahoma State.
Behind the Buckeyes, Baylor is ranked No. 9, but can still improve its College Football Playoff resume with a win over No. 5 Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Championship Game this weekend. Oregon, which beat Ohio State head-to-head in September, is ranked No. 10 ahead of its Pac-12 Championship game matchup with No. 17 Utah.
Here's a look at the full rankings:
|1||Georgia||vs. #3 Alabama||12-0|
|2||Michigan||vs. #13 Iowa||11-1|
|3||Alabama||vs. #2 Georgia||11-1|
|4||Cincinnati||vs. #21 Houston||12-0|
|5||Oklahoma State||vs. #9 Baylor||11-1|
|9||Baylor||vs. #5 Oklahoma State||10-2|
|10||Oregon||vs. #17 Utah||10-2|
|13||Iowa||vs. #2 Michigan||10-2|
|15||Pittsburgh||vs. #16 Wake Forest||10-2|
|16||Wake Forest||vs. #15 Pittsburgh||10-2|
|17||Utah||vs. #10 Oregon||9-3|
|19||San Diego State||vs. Utah State||11-1|
|21||Houston||vs. #4 Cincinnati||11-1|
|24||Louisiana||vs. Appalachian State||11-1|