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

LSU, Oklahoma rising up the CFP rankings (3:15)

Joey Galloway and Jesse Palmer both reveal their updated top five for the College Football Playoff, with LSU entering the top three and Oklahoma entering the top five for the first time. (3:15)

Alabama has reclaimed the top spot in the Allstate Playoff Predictor.

After dominating Texas A&M in College Station -- coupled with Georgia's loss to South Carolina -- the Crimson Tide now has an 80% chance to make the top four, and a 32% chance to win the title.

Ohio State, which will host Wisconsin on Oct. 26 in a game with huge playoff implications, currently has a 69% chance of making the playoff and a 22% chance of winning it all. Meanwhile, Clemson is right behind the Buckeyes, at 67% to return to the playoff and 16% to repeat as champs.

The biggest beneficiary of Georgia's upset loss is Oklahoma, which moves into the fourth spot at 45% to make the playoff and 7% to win the title. After beating Texas in the Red River Showdown, the Sooners' path in the Big 12 is wide open, with no other conference foe having even a 1% chance of making the playoff.

From the Group of 5, Boise State, Cincinnati and SMU all make the top 25, although with less than a 1% chance each of making the playoff.