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Wednesday, November 10, 2021

College Football Playoff Rankings: Georgia tops, Ohio State into No. 4

College Football Playoff Rankings 2021: Ohio State joins Georgia, Alabama & Oregon in top four, new top 25.

 One week into the College Football Playoff committee rankings, there's already one change near the top of the order.

 The second edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings was released Tuesday night with undefeated Georgia and one-loss Alabama remaining as the top two programs in the four-team field. 

With previously unbeaten and third-ranked Michigan State being upset by Purdue on Saturday, a spot opened in the top four. Oregon moved up to No. 3 with Ohio State filling out the bracket in the final slot.

 The Spartans not only fell out of the top four but dropped behind rival Michigan, which Michigan State beat head-to-head just a couple weeks ago. The Wolverines step up to No. 6 with the Spartans at No. 7.

 2021 College Football Playoff Ranking: second CFP Top 25, Nov. 9.

 Let's take a look at the entire CFP Rankings top 25.

 The Big Ten and SEC each had six teams in the rankings, tying for the most of any conference. The Big 12 and ACC were next with three. No. 22 San Diego State and No. 23 Texas-San Antonio were the other two Group of Five representatives after Cincinnati.

 The final rankings of the season will be released Dec. 5. The semifinals will take place at the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl on Dec. 31.

 The championship game will be played on Jan. 10 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

1. Georgia (9-0)

2. Alabama (8-1)

3. Oregon (8-1)

4. Ohio State (8-1)

5. Cincinnati (9-0)

6. Michigan (8-1)

7. Michigan State (8-1)

8. Oklahoma (9-0)

9. Notre Dame (8-1)

10. Oklahoma State (8-1)

11. Texas A&M (7-2)

12. Wake Forest (8-1)

13. Baylor (7-2)

14. Brigham Young (8-2)

15. Mississippi (7-2)

16. North Carolina State (7-2)

17. Auburn (6-3)

18. Wisconsin (6-3)

19. Purdue (6-3)

20. Iowa (7-2)

21. Pittsburgh (7-2)

22. San Diego State (8-1)

23. Texas-San Antonio (9-0)

24. Utah (6-3)

25. Arkansas (6-3)


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