The second College Football Playoff rankings are here, and Mississippi's loss to Auburn means a new team is in the top four: Oregon, which edged out Alabama for the spot. What does your top 25 look like? Set your rankings below!

2014 College Football Top 25

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

CFB Playoff ranking: 1

Florida State

Florida State

CFB Playoff ranking: 2

Auburn

Auburn

CFB Playoff ranking: 3

Oregon

Oregon

CFB Playoff ranking: 4

Alabama

Alabama

CFB Playoff ranking: 5

TCU

TCU

CFB Playoff ranking: 6

Kansas State

Kansas State

CFB Playoff ranking: 7

Michigan State

Michigan State

CFB Playoff ranking: 8

Arizona State

Arizona State

CFB Playoff ranking: 9

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

CFB Playoff ranking: 10

Mississippi

Mississippi

CFB Playoff ranking: 11

Baylor

Baylor

CFB Playoff ranking: 12

Nebraska

Nebraska

CFB Playoff ranking: 13

Ohio State

Ohio State

CFB Playoff ranking: 14

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

CFB Playoff ranking: 15

LSU

LSU

CFB Playoff ranking: 16

Utah

Utah

CFB Playoff ranking: 17

UCLA

UCLA

CFB Playoff ranking: 18

Arizona

Arizona

CFB Playoff ranking: 19

Georgia

Georgia

CFB Playoff ranking: 20

Clemson

Clemson

CFB Playoff ranking: 21

Duke

Duke

CFB Playoff ranking: 22

West Virginia

West Virginia

CFB Playoff ranking: 23

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

CFB Playoff ranking: 24

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

CFB Playoff ranking: 25

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Lance Stephenson is so good at trolling, he trolls when he's not even trying. At least that's what it looked like when he came outta nowhere to videobomb Knicks coach Derek Fisher after the Charlotte Hornets lost to New York on Sunday.

Did Stephenson know the camera was trained on Fisher? Does it really matter? Intended or not, this belongs in the pop-up videobomb Hall of Fame, alongside a Texas fan's sudden appearance in front of David Robinson.

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Are Patriots best team in NFL?

On Sept. 29, the New England Patriots lost 41-14 to the Kansas City Chiefs. On Sunday, Tom Brady & Co. beat the visiting Denver Broncos 43-21, the fifth win in a row for a team on the rise. Are the Patriots the best team in the NFL? Or could it be the Arizona Cardinals, who are 7-1 for the first time since 1974 and own the league's best record?

  • Which is the best team in the NFL?

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      17%
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      23%
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      34%
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      4%
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      22%

    Discuss (Total votes: 605,655)

  • Who has had the better career?

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      60%
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      40%

    Discuss (Total votes: 100,533)

  • Are the Cardinals legitimate Super Bowl contenders?

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      70%
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      30%

    Discuss (Total votes: 88,719)

  • Will the Eagles (6-2) make the playoffs despite missing Nick Foles indefinitely (broken collarbone)?

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      59%
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      41%

    Discuss (Total votes: 104,048)

  • Which team will win the AFC North?

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      25%
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      62%
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      8%
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      5%

    Discuss (Total votes: 117,120)

  • Are the Browns (5-3) legitimate playoff contenders?

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      41%
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      59%

    Discuss (Total votes: 57,085)

  • Will the 49ers (4-4) make the playoffs?

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      24%
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      76%

    Discuss (Total votes: 56,772)

  • Will the Dolphins (5-3) make the playoffs?

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      51%
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      49%

    Discuss (Total votes: 56,786)

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Kemba Walker's last-minute shot to lead the Hornets to an overtime win over the Bucks was pretty sweet, but look at how Michael Jordan reacted to it from the sidelines:

Fan, player and owner alike... we all get crazy during game-winning shots in OT! #HornetsComeback

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That's exceptional. We can't think of many better ways to start off a season -- at least for Hornets fans.

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Mike Tyson may have been a fearsome competitor in his boxing career, but anyone who owned a Nintendo Entertainment System back in the day knew that there was only one version of Iron Mike that was nearly unbeatable: the one that appeared in ''Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!'' On Tuesday night's episode of ''The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,'' Tyson took on his virtual self and learned the same lesson the rest of us did when we were kids: If you don't dodge his uppercut, Mike Tyson will knock you out in one punch.

I never managed to beat Mike Tyson in ''Punch-Out!!'' and neither did anyone on my block. Some kid at school claimed that he did, but he never could replicate the feat when pressed. At least he didn't lie about beating that one ''Battletoads'' level. I'm still not convinced it can be beaten.

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