Here Are The College Football Playoff Rankings After Week 10

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Alabama and Clemson are still ranked No. 1 and No. 2 after blowing out their opponents on Saturday, but the shakeups start after that.

Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and MI hold the top four spots in this week's rankings, followed by Georgia at No. 5.

Georgia moved up a spot to No. 5, putting it just outside the coveted top four spots for teams that will play in the semifinals. No. 1 Alabama) and No. 9 Kentucky (vs.

Both the Aggies and Bulldogs won their Week 10 games in convincingly fashion last week which will help each of their causes. BC could shut the Tigers out of the ACC championship game with a victory. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on ESPN.

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While the top-six teams are in comfortable spots, Ohio State found themselves ranked at No. 10 and nearly have the feeling of an outsider looking in, though they will have a chance because they still have to face MI.

The initial release of the College Football Playoff rankings was sure to play it's part in the week ten action and based on the results from this past weekend, I think we are sure to see a little movement on the next rankings. It won't take more than one or two mild upsets to have the selection committee sifting through a bunch of two-loss teams to fill the final playoff spot. Utah State. Is it a team that deserves a top 10 or top 15 spot? However, the Buckeyes should be in a position to get into the Playoff if they can win out.

UCLA did the Sooners no favor by being bad and depriving Oklahoma of a quality nonconference victory. West Virginia had a huge win at Texas and will move up. The problem is, they'll have to do it two times over to claim their 12th Big 12 title and fourth consecutive conference crown. UCF gave up a bunch of yards to Temple last week and stayed at No. 12 behind Kentucky, which was dominated by Georgia. Boston College could be tricky this weekend, but Clemson is a heavy favorite and is likely to remain unbeaten.

"Strong offense, struggling on defense", Mullens said. That's extreme, but if three of those six things happen, UCF probably gets a look.

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