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College Football Playoff Ranking: Georgia enters the field, Oklahoma remains on Ohio State



The penultimate rankings of the College Football Playoffs are over, and we now have a clear ranking for the New Years Games, along with fourth and final place in the College Football Playoffs. Alabama remain firmly in first place and Clemson checks directly below. This is certainly not a surprising development, as both teams won again dominant on Saturday – this time against rivals.

Just like in recent weeks, Notre Dame remains in second place after a second place. Half Surge pushed past USC. As there are no more games in the program, the Irish are firmly in the playoff area. Georgia advanced to take fourth place, although this could be a short-lived placement with the Bulldogs competing against the Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game this Saturday.

no. 5 Oklahoma is in the biggest debate of the week this week at No. 6 in the state of Ohio. This is important because the Sooners have a better opponent in their respective conference title game than the Buckeyes, making it difficult for the state of Ohio to jump to Oklahoma if both teams win their games. Oklahoma will face 1

4th Texas in the Big 12 Championship Game, the team that has given the Sooners their only loss. In the Big Ten Championship Game, the state of Ohio will compete against Northwestern No. 21.

The only hope for the state of Ohio to win Oklahoma with both teams now is if the Buckeyes ignore the Wildcats so much that it can not be ignored. Good luck with that. Northwestern had no game with a margin of more than 14 points throughout the season. Of course, Michigan did not give up a total of 62 points in five weeks so anything could happen.

Of course, Georgia can mess things up by defeating Alabama and eliminating both Oklahoma and Ohio State, as the CFP selection committee will do. Do not leave the tide at stake here.

Both No. 9 Florida and No. 10 LSU have imprisoned almost everything in the New Year's games. It also looks for Penn State No. 12 good, assuming there are no surprises this weekend. Washington State No. 13 struggled after losing Washington No. 11 and wasted one place in one of those games.

And if you still hope for a miracle for No. 8 held UCF in the playoffs, Michigan is a place ahead of the Knights in 7th place and is unlikely to be jumped this Saturday in the AAC Championship Game with a UCF victory over Memphis ,

Let's take a look at the entire Top 25.

19659009] College Football Playoff Rankings, November 27

  1. Alabama (12-0)
  2. Clemson (12-0)
  3. Notre Dame (12-0)
  4. Georgia (11-1)
  5. Oklahoma (11-1)
  6. Ohio State (11-1)
  7. Michigan (10-2)
  8. UCF (11-0)
  9. Florida (9-3)
  10. LSU (9-3)
  11. Washington (9-3)
  12. Penn State (9-3)
  13. Washington State (10-2)
  14. Texas (9-3)
  15. Kentucky (9- 3) [19659017] West Virginia (8-3)
  16. Utah (9-3)
  17. Mississippi State (8-4)
  18. Texas A & M (8-4)
  19. Syracuse (9- 3)
  20. No rthwestern (8-4)
  21. State of Boise (10-2)
  22. State of Iowa (7-4)
  23. Missouri (8-4)
  24. State of Fresno (10-2 )

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