Who has the best chance to make the College Football Playoff?

Fields' 4 TDs lead Ohio State to victory (1:22)

Justin Fields has four touchdowns on the day as No. 5 Ohio State defeats Cincinnati 42-0 at home. (1:22)

Ohio State keeps rising in the Allstate Playoff Predictor.

For the second consecutive week, the Buckeyes were the big mover, going from 44% all the way to 59% to make the College Football Playoff, following their dismantling of Miami (Ohio). Ryan Day's crew is at 15% to win the title. Wisconsin, off its impressive win over Michigan, is up to 20% to make the playoff and 3% to win it all.

The teams at the top remain pretty much the same, with Clemson at 76% to make the playoff and 25% to win the title. Alabama is at 71% to make the playoff and 29% to win it all.

Following its win over Notre Dame, Georgia is at 47% to make the playoff and 10% to take home the crown, while the Irish slip to 18% to make the playoff. The SEC is well represented in the top 10 here, with LSU at 33% to make the top four, and Auburn at 15% to make it, despite an incredibly challenging schedule.

A week ago UCF was all the way up to 9% to make it, but after losing a heartbreaker, 35-34, to Pitt, the Knights are off the board completely. Boise State is now the Group of 5's best hope, although the Allstate Playoff Predictor doesn't have much faith in them, either.