Tuesday, November 15, 2016

CFP Rankings: Bama Stays On Top While Buckeyes Move To #2; Clemson, Michigan Still In Top Four Despite Saturday Defeats; Huskies Fall Out

In the latest College Football Playoff Rankings that were released on Tuesday, the Alabama Crimson Tide remained on the top of the heap while the Ohio State Buckeyes climbed up four spots to number two.  The Michigan Wolverines (at #3, same as last week) and Clemson Tigers (at #4, down two spots) remained in the top four despite suffering their first defeats of the season this past weekend.  The Louisville Cardinals remained at #5 while the Washington Huskies fell two spots to #6 after falling at home on Saturday to Southern California (who climbed seven spots to #13).

Other Pac-12 teams that are in the rankings are Colorado at #10 (up two spots), Utah at #12 (up three), Washington State at #22 (up one), and Stanford at #24 (the Cardinal were unranked last week).

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