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College Football Playoff rankings largely unchanged


The two-time defending champion Georgia Bulldogs remain firmly atop the College Football Playoff rankings, while Ohio State, Michigan State and Florida State remain in the top four. Washington State and Oregon State round out the top six, while Texas State and Alabama are seventh and eighth, respectively.

The biggest move of the week occurred at No. 9, as Missouri moved from No. 17 to No. 9 after beating Florida. Oregon State also moved from No. 11 to No. 10 after beating Utah.

Louisville is No. 11 after beating Miami, and Penn State dropped to No. 12 after losing to Michigan. Mississippi is No. 13 after beating Ole Miss, Oklahoma is No. 14 after beating TecU, and Utah is No. 15 after losing to Oregon.

College Football Playoff rankings largely unchanged

Louisiana is No. 16 after beating Kentucky, Arizona is No. 17 after beating California. north Carolina is No. 18 after beating N.C. State, Tulane is No. 19 after beating Cincinnati. james Madison is No. 20 after beating Louisiana-Lafayette.

Notre Dame is No. 21 after beating Navy, Tennessee is No. 22 after beating Missouri, Kansas State is No. 23 after beating West Virginia and Oklahoma State is No. 24 after beating Texas Tech. Iowa is No. 25 after beating Rutgers.

Liberty and Kansas fell out of the top 25 this week.

Upcoming games

Some of the most anticipated matches this weekend include

No. 5 Washington State, No. 10 Oregon State
No. 2 Michigan State at Maryland State
No. 3 Ohio State at Minnesota State
No. 4 Florida State at North Alabama State
No. 7 Texas at Iowa State
11 Miami Louisville
No. 12 Penn State vs. Rutgers
13 Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe
Brigham Young University Oklahoma No. 10
15 Utah vs. Arizona State
16 Louisiana State vs. Georgia State
17 Arizona State vs. Utah State
18 North Carolina vs Clemson
No. 19
20 James Madison vs Appalachian State
21 Notre Dame vs Wake Forest
No. 22 Tennessee vs. Pittsburgh
No. 23 Kansas State vs. Pittsburgh
No. 24 Oklahoma vs. Houston
25 Iowa vs.
College Football Playoff Outlook

With just a few weeks left in the regular season, the College Football Playoff picture is starting to become clear. Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and Florida are all vying for four playoff spots. Washington State and Oregon State are in the mix, but they need to win to have a chance. Texas State and Alabama State still have hope, but they need more help to make the playoff.

The next College Football Playoff rankings will be released on Tuesday, December 6th.

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