The final playoff rankings will be released in less than a month, and every team is still fighting for a chance to secure their spot in the top 4. Realistically the playoff is wide open for any undefeated and one-loss teams at this point. Even some two-loss teams have potential to win a conference championship which would put them in the picture if some top 10 ranked teams falter. This could be another wild weekend in a crazy season of college football.

Georgia (No. 1) at Auburn (No. 10)

The No. 1 ranked team in the country is going to have a tough test this week.

The Bulldogs travel away to Jordan-Hare to face off against the Auburn Tigers in what should be a very interesting matchup. Georgia comes in undefeated, and Auburn has two losses coming to Clemson and LSU. Both teams have powerhouse offenses scoring 36 points per game and gaining over 440 yards of total offense per game. Nick Chubb and Sony Michel for UGA are one of the most dominant rushing duos in college football with over 1500 combined yards on the season. Jarrett Stidham has racked up almost 2000 passing yards for the Tigers though, so this will test the Bulldogs defense. Georgia has already sealed their way to the SEC Championship game, but for Auburn, they still have a chance to get to Atlanta if they can knock off their two remaining SEC opponents.

This is a huge game for both teams because playoff hopes are on the line, so expect a good fight on Saturday in the "Deep South's Oldest Rivalry."

Notre Dame (No. 2) at Miami (No. 7)

This once intense rivalry is being renewed once again this year with very high stakes. The Hurricanes are undefeated and have a chance to take home the ACC title if they win out, but Notre Dame has only a one-point loss to the No.

1 ranked team in the country so that it will be a tough game. Losing this game will destroy the playoff hopes of either team so keep your eye on this matchup this weekend. Because of a weak strength of schedule, Miami is not the high in the rankings despite having no losses, so they will look to prove themselves as a contender against the No.

2 Fighting Irish. Malik Rosier of Miami has accumulated over 2200 passing yards and has 19 passing TD's this season. For the Irish, though they have almost 500 yards per game of total offense so this one may shape up to be a high scoring contest.

TCU (No. 6) at Oklahoma (No. 5)

The Big 12 Championship is on the line in this matchup. Both teams only have one conference loss to Iowa State and are sitting at No. 1 and No. 2 in the standings. A loss here will hurt either one's chance, but the opportunity is still there for both to play for the conference title at the end of the season. Oklahoma led by Heisman hopeful Baker Mayfield has one of the strongest offenses in college football right now achieving over 600 yards of total offense per game.

Mayfield has over 3200 passing yards just this season, and he will surely add to it on Saturday against the Horned Frogs. TCU has a tough defense though allowing only 280 yards per game which should make it interesting. The Sooners will have their work cut out for them against a team that only allows 14 points per game. Not only are they playing for a conference championship, but they are playing for a shot at the playoff and the national title so expect an exciting game.