Who has the best chance to make the College Football Playoff?

Michigan facing make-or-break game at Penn State (1:00)

The Allstate Playoff Predictor isn't giving Michigan much of a chance for the College Football Playoff. (1:00)

Alabama has reclaimed the top spot in the Allstate Playoff Predictor.

After dominating Texas A&M in College Station -- coupled with Georgia's loss to South Carolina -- the Crimson Tide now has an 80% chance to make the top four, and a 32% chance to win the title.

Ohio State, which will host Wisconsin on Oct. 26 in a game with huge playoff implications, currently has a 69% chance of making the playoff and a 22% chance of winning it all. Meanwhile, Clemson is right behind the Buckeyes, at 67% to return to the playoff and 16% to repeat as champs.

The biggest beneficiary of Georgia's upset loss is Oklahoma, which moves into the fourth spot at 45% to make the playoff and 7% to win the title. After beating Texas in the Red River Showdown, the Sooners' path in the Big 12 is wide open, with no other conference foe having even a 1% chance of making the playoff.

From the Group of 5, Boise State, Cincinnati and SMU all make the top 25, although with less than a 1% chance each of making the playoff.