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Oregon Ducks remain No. 2 in College Football Playoff rankings

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Marcus Mariota after scoring against Colorado at Autzen Stadium on Saturday. (Photo: Associated Press) Marcus Mariota after scoring against Colorado at Autzen Stadium on Saturday. (Photo: Associated Press)
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

After another win, the Ducks remain in the second spot in the College Football Playoff rankings.

The latest rankings announced Tuesday remain unchanged at the top, with Alabama first, Oregon second, Florida State third and Mississippi State fourth.

The Ducks are coming off a 44-10 trouncing of the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday, in what may have been Heisman hopeful Marcus Mariota's last game at Autzen Stadium.

Mariota left the field, after throwing three touchdowns and running for an additional score, to the crowd chanting "Mar-i-o-ta!"

Mariota is expected by many experts to enter the NFL draft following the college football season.

This week's College Football Playoff rankings:

1. Alabama

2. Oregon

3. Florida State

4. Mississippi State

5. TCU

6. Ohio State

7. Baylor

8. UCLA

9. Georgia

10. Michigan State

11. Arizona

12. Kansas State

13. Arizona State

14. Wisconsin

15. Auburn

16. Georgia Tech

17. Missouri

18. Minnesota

19. Ole Miss

20. Oklahoma

21. Clemson

22. Louisville

23. Boise State

24. Marshall

25. Utah

The top four teams in the rankings advance to the College Football Playoff, with two semifinals being played in bowl games and the winners moving on to a championship game.

Rose Bowl: Jan. 1, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.

Sugar Bowl: Jan. 1, 2015 at 5:30 p.m.

National Championship Game: Jan. 12, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.

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