Top 10 teams unchanged in College Football Playoff rankings


After a weekend without drama in college football, the Playoff Rankings were almost identical to the previous week's rankings. LSU, was #7 last week, so will West Virginia, Washington State or even Ohio State make a move past the Tigers?

Alabama is No. 1 followed by Clemson, Notre Dame, Michigan and Georgia.

Georgia's has two wins over teams ranked this week: No. 13 Florida and No. 17 Kentucky. Every team inside the top 10 won and only Oklahoma, which hosted rival Oklahoma State, had a game that was close on the scoreboard. This week's rankings was the first time the order of the Top 10 teams remained the same.

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Michigan State was ranked No. 9 before jumping into the top four during the final three CFP rankings in 2015.

Could the committee squeeze in the Tide after a loss to Georgia, which would obviously get in, if Clemson, Notre Dame and MI (and maybe even Oklahoma) all won out? The night slate features a couple of intriguing games, including Cincinnati at UCF, Arizona at Washington State, San Diego State-Fresno State and Iowa State at Texas.

The most recent edition of the 2018 College Football Playoff Rankings dropped Texas football a few spots compared to where it ended up in the AP Poll in Week 12. Running back AJ Dillon was also ineffective, rushing for just 39 yards on 16 carries, as Boston College mustered just 113 yards of offense.