The top five remained unchanged in the College Football Playoff selection committee rankings released Tuesday night, as the sport prepares for a major weekend that includes three matchups made entirely of top 10 teams.The 13-member committee, which meets each Monday and Tuesday in north Texas for the remainder of the season, made no alterations among No. 1 Georgia (9-0), No. 2 Alabama (9-0), No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1), defending national champion No. 4 Clemson (8-1) and No. 5 Oklahoma (8-1). All five won last weekend, and Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma beat ranked teams.From there, TCU (8-1) rose two spots to take over No. 6, after the toppling of the previous No. 6, Ohio State, which lost to Iowa 55-24. Miami (8-0), No. 10 last week when the committee issued its first list of the season, leapfrogged Wisconsin (9-0), to take over No. 7 while Wisconsin held down No. 8. Washington (8-1) gave the Pac-12 its first top 10 team of the season by rising from No. 12 to No. 9, and Auburn (7-2) became the lone two-loss team in the top 10, jumping from No. 14 to No. 10.Those rankings mean that on Saturday, No. 1 Georgia will play at No. 10 Auburn, No. 3 Notre Dame will play at No. 7 Miami, and No. 6 TCU will play at No. 5 Oklahoma. Atop even all of that, No. 2 Alabama will play a ranked team at Mississippi State (7-2), which held down No. 16 for a second straight week, and No. 8 Wisconsin will welcome Iowa, which debuted on the chart at No. 20.FSU'S PATRICK BACK: Seminoles running back Jacques Patrick returned to practice and could play Saturday at Clemson. The junior was thought to be lost for the season after having knee surgery on Oct. 24.MORE FOOTBALL: Texas suspended cornerback Holton Hill for the rest of the season for a violation of team rules.BASKETBALL: LiAngelo Ball, the brother of Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, was among three UCLA freshmen players who were reportedly arrested in Hangzhou, China, accused of shoplifting a few days before the team's season opener against Georgia Tech. The other players were Cody Riley and Jalen Hill. Their status for Friday's game in Shanghai wasn't clear.