And the picture is becoming clearer…
Ohio State's double-overtime win over Michigan served as a de facto College Football Playoff quarterfinal, one of many results from the final full week of the 2016 regular season that helped figure things out. Losses by Florida and Louisville further removed them from the playoff picture, and losses by Michigan and Nebraska helped determine the Big Ten's division champions.
Other division titles were decided in the ACC, Pac-12 and non-power conferences, and quite a few teams secured bowl bids by notching six victories. And all of those outcomes helped shape the latest Bleacher Report Top 25.
The Bleacher Report poll is voted on by 19 members of our college football staff: writers Greg Couch, Tyler Donohue, Ed Feng, David Kenyon, Sanjay Kirpalani, Adam Kramer, Kerry Miller, Brian Pedersen, David Regimbal, Barrett Sallee, Damon Sayles, Brad Shepard, Greg Wallace and Christopher Walsh; video staff Michael Felder, Hunter Mandel and Sean McManus and editors Eric Bowman and Eric Yates.
First-place votes are worth 25 points, with each subsequent point worth one fewer point all the way down to one for 25th place. The 25 teams with the most poll points make our list, with the rest falling into the "others receiving votes" category.
Check out where everyone stands after Week 13, then give us your thoughts in the comments section.