NFP Top 25

With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror and Championship Saturday on the horizon, we are close to finding out which four teams will comprise the very first College Football Playoff.

Just one undefeated team remains from the Power Five conferences, as Florida State once again was taken down to the wire but survived a scare against rival Florida. Meanwhile, Alabama outlasted Auburn in the Iron Bowl and Oregon once again took care of business in the Civil War. But with Mississippi State falling in the Egg Bowl, there are questions as to which team will ultimately be No. 4 when the final CFP rankings come out.

For now, let's take a look at the National Football Post's newest Top 25 after 14 weeks of play.

2014 record in parentheses and last week’s ranking in brackets.

Jameis WinstonJameis Winston and the 'Noles enter the ACC title game unbeaten.

1. Florida State (12-0) [1]

2. Oregon (11-1) [2]

3. Alabama (11-1) [3]

4. TCU (10-1) [4]

5. Baylor (10-1) [6]

6. Ohio State (11-1) [7]

7. Arizona (10-2) [11]

8. Mississippi State (10-2) [5]

9. Kansas State (9-2) [12]

10. Michigan State (10-2) [13]

11. Wisconsin (10-2) [14]

12. Georgia Tech (10-2) [16]

13. Georgia (9-3) [8]

14. Ole Miss (9-3) [17]

15. UCLA (9-3) [9]

16. Arizona State (9-3) [10]

17. Missouri (10-2) [21]

18. Auburn (8-4) [15]

19. Oklahoma (8-3) [20]

20. Clemson (9-3) [22]

21. Louisville (9-3) [23]

22. Nebraska (9-3) [25]

23. Utah (8-4) [NR]

24. USC (8-4) [NR]

25. LSU (8-4) [NR]

The next five: Boise State (10-2), Minnesota (8-4), Marshall (11-1), Colorado State (10-2) and Memphis (9-3).

Dave Miller, the college football editor for the National Football Post, is on Twitter @Miller_Dave.

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