The last-ever College Football Playoff Rankings are out and we now have a clear pucking order for New Years Six…
The last-ever College Football Playoff Rankings are out and we now have a clear pucking order for New Years Six Games together with the fourth and last place in College Football Playoff itself. Alabama is still in number 1 with Clemson checking in just below it. It is certainly not a surprising development given that both teams once again won dominant fashion this past Saturday – this time against rivals.
Just as it has been in recent weeks, Notre Dame remains in number 3 after a second half the excess pushed it past the USC on the road. With no more matches on their schedule, the Irish are solid in the playoff field. Georgia moved up a place to enter field 4, but it may be a short-lived placement because Bulldogs takes on Crimson Tide this Saturday in the SEC Championship Game.
no. 5 Oklahoma is in front of No. 6 Ohio State in what was the biggest debate about the process this week. It’s important because Sooners has a better opponent in their respective title title game than Buckeyes, making it difficult for Ohio State to jump over Oklahoma if both teams win their games. Oklahoma will meet No 1
4 Texas, the team that gave Sooners its only loss in the Big 12 Championship Game. The Big Ten Championship Game will see the Ohio State take on No. 21 Northwestern.
The only jump on Ohio State to jump Oklahoma now with both teams winning is if Buckeyes puts so big numbers at Wildcats that it can not be ignored. Good luck with that. Northwestern has not had a game the whole season with a score margin of 14 points. Of course, Michigan did not give up 62 points in total in five weeks, so everything could happen.
Of course, Georgia can destroy everything by hitting Alabama and leaving both Oklahoma and Ohio State as the CFP Selection Committee will not leave the tide out of the field at this time.
Both No. 9 Florida and No. 10 LSU has all but locked places in New Year’s six games. It looks good for No. 12 Penn State also, provided no disturbances this weekend. Nr. 13 Washington State took a hard case after losing to No. 11 Washington and has been questioned for a quay in one of these games.
And if you still ran out of a miracle to get No. 8 UCF to the final game, Michigan is a place in front of the riders at No. 7 and unlikely to be jumping with a UCF victory over Memphis on Saturday at the AAC Championship Game.
Let’s take a look at the top 25.  College Football Playoff Rankings, Nov 27
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