Washington remained at No. 5 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.

The CFP selection committee revealed its updated rankings Tuesday night live on ESPN. The Huskies were joined by No. 1 Ohio State, No. 2 Georgia, and No. 3 Michigan, and No. 4 Florida State inside the top five. The top eight spots in the ranking remained unchanged from a week ago.

UW is coming off a 52-42 win over USC at the L.A. Coliseum in Week 10. The Huskies faced the reigning Heisman Trophy winner and won a shootout. It was a tale of two sides for Washington, which is hoping for style points as well as résumé-boosting wins at this point in the year.

Michael Penix Jr. and the usually-potent UW offense put up 572 yards in one of the best showings of the season from the group. College football fans have grown accustomed to seeing Penix fire Washington to wins with his arm, but balance was the name of the game against USC. Tailback Dillon Johnson had a career day, rushing for 256 yards and four touchdowns.

On the other side, though, Washington gave up 42 points and 515 yards. While none of them have faced an offense as potent as USC’s, none of the other teams inside the CFP top five have given up 500 yards in a game this season. And UW has done it three times.

“We’ve had some turnovers that put the defense in tough spots. We’re always going to continue to improve,” coach Kalen DeBoer said after the USC game when he was asked if he felt the defense would hurt Washington’s CFP chances.

“I do feel like we have the makings of what it takes to be a championship football team. It’s going to take all phases — offense, defense, and special teams.”

Most importantly, UW is unbeaten at 9-0 on the year, and it has a chance this upcoming weekend to add another impressive victory to the résumé. Utah, which remained at No. 18 in Tuesday night’s rankings reveal, comes to Seattle on Saturday for a 12:30 p.m. PT showdown on FOX.

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

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