CFB Playoff Rankings: Michigan stays at No. 3; W. Michigan up to No. 21

The second edition of the College Football Playoff polls came out Tuesday night. The biggest question was determining who would fill in the No. 4 spot after Texas A&M lost this past weekend.

The first three remain the same — Alabama at No. 1, Clemson at No. 2, and the Michigan Wolverines at No. 3. And the biggest beneficiary of the Aggies losing was the Washington Huskies.

Here are the complete rankings from Week 2 of the College Football Playoff polls. You will see that the Western Michigan Broncos and head coach P. J. Fleck bumped up two spots from last Tuesday:

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