TUSCALOOSA, AL – SEPTEMBER 22: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide watches his team take on the Georgia Bulldogs at Bryant-Denny Stadium September 22, 2007 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Georgia defeated Alabama 26-23 in overtime. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)Saturday’s action didn’t feature a ton of upsets, but we did learn a bit more about how the College Football Playoff race is going to shape up. At this point, it looks like there are realistically nine teams with a shot at qualifying for the event.Alabama, after a dominant win over Mississippi State, is still top dog. Clemson, which handled Boston College on the road, is the clear No. 2. After that, it’s Notre Dame, which blew out Florida State.Oklahoma survived an upset bid from rival Oklahoma State after a failed two-point conversion attempt. Meanwhile, Michigan, Georgia, West Virginia, Washington State and Ohio State all prevailed.Here’s what we think the Coaches’ Poll is going to look like come Sunday afternoon. There aren’t a ton of changes at the top.AlabamaClemsonNotre DameMichiganGeorgiaOklahomaOhio StateWest VirginiaWashington StateLSUUCFSyracuseUtah StateWashingtonTexasPenn StateFloridaCincinnatiMississippi StateKentuckyBoston CollegeUtahIowa StateFresno StateUABCollege football fans – do we have it right?