College Football Playoff Rankings for Nov. 29 are now released

The College Football Playoff rankings for November 29th have now been released. The top four teams as ranked by the CFP Selection Committee are Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, and Washington (from first to fourth). After losing to Ohio State in double overtime last Saturday, Michigan drops to fifth in the rankings. Wisconsin and Penn State are ranked sixth and seventh respectfully and will be playing in the Big Ten Conference Championship. The top ranked team from a Group of Five Conference is Western Michigan, and Navy is not too far behind with a #19 ranking. If both teams win their conference championships it will be interesting to see if the Selection Committee rewards Navy’s stronger resume of wins or Western Michigan’s undefeated season more on the final rankings when they are released after game play on Sunday. No matter what, we can expect to see some big games this weekend, and finally will have a better 2016-17 College Football Bowl picture! If you are looking forward to the CFP, we have a printable bracket posted here for fans to enjoy!


College Football Playoff Rankings (Nov. 29)

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

Final CFP Rankings Release Schedule

December 4, 2016 at 12:00 PM