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25. Pittsburgh (6-2)

24. San Diego Stat (7-1)

23. Fresno State (7-2)

22. Iowa (6-2)

21. Wisconsin (5-3)

20. Minnesota (6-2)

19. NC State (6-3)

18. Kentucky (6-2)

17. Miss. State (5-3)

16. Ole Miss. (6-2)

15. BYU (7-2)

14. Texas A&M (6-2)

13. Auburn (6-2)

12. Baylor (7-1)

11. Oklahoma St. (7-1)

10. Notre Dame (7-1)

 9. Wake Forest (8-0)

 8. Oklahoma (9-0)

 7. Michigan (7-1)

 6. Cincinnati (8-0)

 5. Ohio State (7-1)

 4. Oregon (7-1)

 3. Michigan State (8-0)

 2. Alabama (7-1)

 1. Georgia (8-0)

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It is what it is... they care more about what UC did their past two games than what they've done as a whole. They aren't going to bring up common opponents. That doesn't support their agenda. Mic

Yes. These CFP rankings are what matters. This is the first version of that. 

Absolutely. I genuinely like their chances to sneak in, mainly because the other players - aside from UGA - have looked suspect in multiple weeks. Every resume has some warts.

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Just now, 16thBBall Fan said:

Breakdown of the first College Football Playoff.

1. Cincy all the way down at number 6.

2. Oklahoma at number 8.

 

Oklahoma is lucky to be at 8, just based on how they have actually looked.

Cincy, isn't in a horrible or even wrong spot in my opinion. Two of the teams above them are guaranteed to lose at least 1 game.

 

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1 minute ago, theguru said:

Is this the one that matters, I get confused?

No, it’s a really good starting point for establishing that all of the teams Cincinnati beat aren’t as good as they were the week before while all of the teams Ohio State and Alabama beat are better than we thought, even if those teams barely beat Colorado and lose to Bowling Green. 

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Just now, gchs_uk9 said:

No, it’s a really good starting point for establishing that all of the teams Cincinnati beat aren’t as good as they were the week before while all of the teams Ohio State and Alabama beat are better than we thought, even if those teams barely beat Colorado and lose to Bowling Green. 

So when are the rankings released that determine which four teams are currently in the playoffs?  

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1 minute ago, TheDeuce said:

At least UC doesn’t have to wait any longer to figure out they aren’t getting in. 

I am still trying to figure out which rankings determine the four playoff teams, is it this one?

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1 minute ago, theguru said:

I am still trying to figure out which rankings determine the four playoff teams, is it this one?

Yes. These CFP rankings are what matters. This is the first version of that. 

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Just now, TheDeuce said:

Yes. These CFP rankings are what matters. This is the first version of that. 

Thanks and I agree with you, UC is not getting in.  Break out the round balls. 

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33 minutes ago, theguru said:

Is this the one that matters, I get confused?

yes, for the playoff and the New Year 6 bowl games as well. These will be put out every Tuesday from now until after the conference championship games on then on I think Sunday, Dec. 5th or 12th the final poll will be set with the games and bowl games as well.

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3 minutes ago, John Anthony said:

Not for another month.

So in this thread to my question, No, Yes, No, confused...

This is the first version of the ranking that matters, correct?

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