Yahoo Sports’ Dan Wetzel, and Sports Illustrated’s Pat Forde and Ross Dellenger discuss the latest College Football Rankings, including whether or not the Clemson Tigers still have a shot at sneaking into the top four.
DAN WETZEL: They just don’t like Clemson. They put Clemson in the friend zone. It’s like Clemson’s like, they play in the American, not the Atlantic Coast. What is happening?[AUDIO LOGO]
Let’s get to the rankings to start this. Georgia one, Ohio State two, Michigan three, TCU four– no surprises. Here’s where it gets slightly interesting. LSU five, Southern California is six, Alabama seven, Clemson eight, and the Ducks are nine. The most interesting thing here is, of course, what happens to the Michigan-Ohio State loser? Why does the committee not like Clemson?
LSU has a loss to Florida State that Clemson won against. They both have kind of blowout losses. LSU’s was at home to Tennessee, and Clemson’s was to Notre Dame. And Boo Corrigan, our leader, our high priest.
PAT FORDE (LAUGHING): Our leader.
DAN WETZEL: A Rabbi.
PAT FORDE: Our shaman.
DAN WETZEL: They liked the Alabama victory and the Mississippi victory, which is interesting. Ole Miss now 20th. They just don’t like Clemson. They put Clemson in the friend zone. It’s like Clemson’s like, they play in the American, not the Atlantic Coast. What is happening?
PAT FORDE: This was the friend zone comment for Clemson. Really good football team. I think they’re trying to figure out what stands out for them. Really good defensive line, really good defensively with what they’ve done. 6-1 against teams over .500. Again, I know this can sound repetitive, but in watching them, you’re looking for something that makes them different, makes them stand out.
In that respect, Coach Swinney has done a great job again with this year’s team. But the…
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Publish date : 2022-11-23 22:35:48
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