Oregon continues to impress the College Football Playoff selection committee. The Ducks remained at No. 6 in this week’s updated Playoff rankings.

The CFP selection committee unveiled its updated rankings live on ESPN Tuesday night. The top five — all unbeaten teams — remained unchanged with the exception of Georgia jumping to No. 1. Oregon stayed right where it was as a result. Clarity should be coming soon at the top of the ranking, and Oregon could soon set up a rematch with Washington in the Pac-12 title game if it keeps winning.

Last week, the résumé was questioned and the status of Oregon as the highest-ranked one-loss team in the committee’s ranking was hotly debated. Oregon responded by going out and thumping USC.

A 77-yard pass to Tez Johnson and an 84-yard pass to Troy Franklin set the stage for a 36-27 win over the Trojans last Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Oregon quarterback Bo Nix arguably had his Heisman moment with a 412-yard, four-touchdown passing display in the victory.

Oregon turns its attention to Arizona State this week. A road trip to Tempe to face former offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham could be a trap game before Senior Day against Oregon State on Nov. 24, but the Ducks have done well this season to take things one game at a time.

Kickoff against the Sun Devils is set for 1 p.m. PT on FOX.

The rest of this week’s CFP Top 25 can be found below:

1. Georgia
2. Ohio State
3. Michigan
4. Florida State
5. Washington
6. Oregon
7. Texas
8. Alabama
9. Missouri
10. Louisville
11. Oregon State
12. Penn State
13. Ole Miss
14. Oklahoma
15. LSU
16. Iowa
17. Arizona
18. Tennessee
19. Notre Dame
20. North Carolina
21. Kansas State
22. Utah
23. Oklahoma State
24. Tulane
25. Kansas