Predicting what the College Football Playoff rankings will look like after Week 12


There’s just one week left in the college football regular season. From there it’s off to the conference championship games. All of the action over the next couple of weeks will determine what four teams make the College Football Playoff, and this year there’s a bushel of undefeated and one-loss teams still in the mix for it all.

Ohio State is one of them after dismantling Minnesota. Last week’s No. 1 team Georgia along with the other undefeated teams, Michigan, Florida State, and Washington are also in the driver’s seat. Other one loss teams like Oregon, Alabama, and Texas will also be there depending on how things shake out in front of them.

Week 12 was absent a lot of drama with the top teams winning, so the College Football Playoff committee may not have too difficult of a job, at least at the top. Beyond that though, there’s sure to be some reshuffling. We also don’t know how the wins the Ducks, Seminoles, and Huskies had will impact the order near the top four.

We do our best to try and sort out what the CFP committee will do after each week’s set of games and we’ve been pretty good at it so far, so why not continue those efforts.

Here’s our prediction on what the College Football Playoff rankings could look like when the committee unveils the fourth set of rankings on Tuesday.

Georgia Bulldogs (11-0)

(Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

Remaining Schedule

Last Week’s CFP Ranking: 1
Last Result: Won at Tennessee, 38-10

Why the Ranking

Georgia may not have had the most difficult schedule early on in its campaign, but it has now beaten three straight ranked teams. Last week’s win over Missouri was enough to vault the Bulldogs over Ohio State and they’ve only cemented that ranking with a dominating performance over SEC opponent Tennessee Saturday.

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Publish date : 2023-11-19 08:12:20

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