College Football Playoff Rankings November 12

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The College Football Playoff Selection Committee announced its third Top 25 rankings. Alabama is No. 1, Ohio State No. 2, Michigan No. 3 and Clemson is No. 4.

The committee will prepare three more rankings this season, including the final set on Selection Day, Sunday, December 4. The top four teams in the final rankings will play in the Playoff Semifinals on December 31, 2016, at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.

RANK TEAM RECORD

1 Alabama 10-0

2 Ohio State 9-1

3 Michigan 9-1

4 Clemson 9-1

5 Louisville 9-1

6 Washington 9-1

7 Wisconsin 8-2

8 Penn State 8-2

9 Oklahoma 8-2

10 Colorado 8-2

11 Oklahoma State 8-2

12 Utah 8-2

13 Southern California 7-3

14 West Virginia 8-1

15 Auburn 7-3

16 Louisiana State 6-3

17 Florida State 7-3

18 Nebraska 8-2

19 Tennessee 7-3

20 Boise State 9-1

21 Western Michigan 10-0

22 Washington State 8-2

23 Florida 7-2

24 Stanford 7-3

25 Texas A&M 7-3

About the College Football Playoff Rankings

The committee will begin to produce rankings following week nine of the college football season. Members will again meet in person, on Mondays and Tuesdays. The committee will issue its first rankings Tuesday, November 1, with subsequent rankings taking place the next five weeks. The rankings will be revealed each week on ESPN’s College Football Playoff: Top 25. The final selection committee rankings of 2016 will be released on Selection Day, Sunday, December 4. At this time, the selection committee will announce Playoff Semifinal matchups, New Year’s bowl pairings, and the final Top 25 exclusively via College Football Playoff Selection Day programming on ESPN.

Below is the complete schedule for the selection committee rankings announcement on ESPN:

  • November 1 – 7 p.m. ET
  • November 8 – 7 p.m. ET
  • November 15 – 9 p.m. ET*
  • November 22 – 7 p.m. ET
  • November 29 – 7 p.m. ET
  • December 4 (Selection Day and Playoff Semifinal teams announced) – Noon ET

*Approximate start time will be 9 p.m. from the Champions Classic basketball doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. The rankings will be revealed live between the Kentucky vs. Michigan State and Duke vs. Kansas basketball games.

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