College Football Playoff Rankings for Nov. 22 are now released

The College Football Playoff rankings for November 22nd and now released. The Selection Committee did not change the top four ranked teams from last week’s rankings. Alabama remains the clear #1 but has a tough matchup in the Iron Bowl coming up, Ohio State is in 2nd despite squeaking by Michigan State, Michigan is third, and Clemson is fourth. The three teams just on the outside of getting into the playoff are Washington at #5, Wisconsin at #6, and Penn State at #7. After pulling a huge upset over Louisville, Houston re-entered the rankings at #20 ahead of Navy (despite losing head to head and being behind Navy in the conference standings), but Boise State at #19 is currently the highest ranked team from the Group of Five. If you want to check out the printable 2016-17 college football bowl schedule, or the printable 2016-17 College Football Playoff bracket, we also have those posted for fans to enjoy! At 12 PM on December 4th (Eastern Time), the selection committee will announce the final rankings, matchups, and New Year’s bowl pairings for fans and teams.


College Football Playoff Rankings

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Michigan
4. Clemson
5. Washington
6. Wisconsin
7. Penn State
8. Oklahoma
9. Colorado
10. Oklahoma State
11. Louisville
12. USC
13. Auburn
14. Florida State
15. Florida
16. Nebraska
17. Tennessee
18. West Virginia
19. Boise State
20. Houston
21. Western Michigan
22. Utah
23. Washington State
24. Stanford
25. Navy