No drama on Saturday meant little drama Tuesday when the College Football Playoff committee released its top 25 for the third time this season.
Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan held their respective spots in the top four after each comfortably won their games.
Georgia and Oklahoma remained in the next two positions outside of the field with three weeks remaining in the season. The Sooners got a scare from Oklahoma State, but did not fall from No. 6.
LSU, Washington State, West Virginia and Ohio State came next, meaning the top 10 spots all remained unchanged for the first time since the committee started unveiling its rankings in the 2014 season.
Central Florida, the other unbeaten in the Bowl Classification, moved up one spot to No. 11. The Knights have a 22-game winning streak, but appear unlikely to be given serious consideration.
Heading down the homestretch, there field seems to be coming into focus as long as there are no major surprises.