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Sport College Football Playoff Rankings Projection, Week 4

05:30  25 november  2019
05:30  25 november  2019 Source:   collegefootballnews.com

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What will the College Football Playoff rankings be in the fourth unveiling on Tuesday night? As always, a few things to keep in mind … We can see how the committee is thinking early on, and we can get a first look at what it seems to like, but it gets thrown out next week and the process starts over.

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What will the College Football Playoff rankings be in the fourth unveiling on Tuesday night?

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As always, a few things to keep in mind …

1. This is simply a snapshot. We can see how the committee is thinking early on, and we can get a first look at what it seems to like, but it gets thrown out next week and the process starts over.

2. In general, the committee over the first five years of this thing loves big wins and hates ugly losses. You can lose, but don’t get wiped out. At the end of the day, the committee can like any team it wants to, just because. However … big wins, big wins, big wins.

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3. Each spot in the order is argued over. It’s not just a random list thrown together in a room. Everyone has to agree that team X needs to get put ahead of teams Y and Z. You might not agree with the rankings, but each spot in the top 25 has been meticulously debated.

And after all of that, it’s about feel, eye-test, and resumé.

So what will they be? Here’s the best guess for what the fourth College Football Playoff rankings will be on Tuesday night.

25. Appalachian State Mountaineers 10-1 (24)

The Mountaineers have been fine since losing to Georgia Southern, but they haven’t been dominant. Even so, there’s a solid chance the American Athletic stars cancel each other out, and if Boise State loses … an ASU win over a good Louisiana team might just be enough to move into the top Group of Five spot.

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Up Next: at Troy

24. Iowa State Cyclones 6-4 (22)

The Cyclones will move down a wee bit only because others are looking a bit stronger. They’ve been fun, and they’ve won two in a row, but they’ll still hover around the bottom part of the top 25.

Up Next: at Kansas State

23. USC Trojans 8-4 (23)

How amazing does that 30-23 win over Utah look now? On a three-game winning streak to close things out – and taking five of the final six games – there’s a shot the Trojans end up in the top 20 in the final rankings.

Up Next: Bowl Game

22. Oklahoma State Cowboys 8-3 (21)

The Cowboys have gone on a four-game winning streak, justifying the CFP’s inclusion in the rankings from the start. Beat Oklahoma, and they’ll get one of the Big 12’s better bowl spots – even if they can’t get to the Big 12 Championship.

Up Next: Oklahoma

21. Virginia Tech Hokies 8-3 (NR)

It’s a bit of a call … the Hokies will rocket up into the rankings after beating Georgia Tech and Pitt over the last two weeks by a combined score of 73-0. The winner of the showdown against Virginia will likely end up in the Orange Bowl – assuming Clemson goes to the CFP – as the ACC’s representative.

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Up Next: at Virginia

20. Boise State Broncos 10-1 (20)

There’s the Boise State we’ve been waiting for. It dominated Utah State to get to 10-1 with a date against Hawaii coming up for the Mountain West title. Win the next two games, and don’t be shocked if the Broncos end up in the New Year’s Six – going to the Cotton Bowl – because there might just be a split between …

Up Next: at Colorado State

19. Cincinnati Bearcats 10-1 (19)

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Up Next: at Memphis

18. Memphis Tigers 10-1 (18)

The battle against Cincinnati will probably be the first of two meetings – they could face each other in the American Athletic Conference title game a week later. The winner of the first meeting can cement a spot in the Cotton Bowl by winning the rematch – if there is one.

Up Next: Cincinnati

17. Iowa Hawkeyes 8-3 (17)

The win over Illinois won’t be enough to move up the Hawkeyes thanks to the logjam ahead of them. However, close out at 9-3, and they’ll end up in the top 15 in the final version.

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Up Next: at Nebraska

16. Auburn Tigers 8-3 (15)

The Tigers will fall a little bit only because of the likely movement of Notre Dame, but it doesn’t matter. Getting a New Year’s Six game isn’t going to happen, even if there’s a win this week to ruin Alabama’s season.

Up Next: Alabama

15. Oregon Ducks 9-2 (6)

The Ducks will sink like a rock after the crushing loss to Arizona State. They might not fall this far, but it won’t be any lower than this. The College Football Playoff is off the table, but win the next two games, go to the Rose Bowl. That’s hardly a horrible consolation prize.

Up Next: Oregon State

14. Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9-2 (16)

The Irish need to dominate Stanford in a blowout win and then hope for a whole lot of help to move up in the final rankings. There’s still a distant shot at a New Year’s Six bowl, but there’s too much traffic. They’re rocking and rolling, though, since the comeback win over Virginia Tech.

Up Next: at Stanford

13. Michigan Wolverines 9-2 (13)

Only Ohio State is playing better in the Big Ten right now. If the Wolverines can get past the Buckeyes in a big home upset, they’ll rocket up into the top ten and have an honest shot at getting into the Rose Bowl. A 12-1 Big Ten champ – or unbeaten Ohio State – will go to the CFP, and the second-ranked Big Ten team will go to Pasadena.

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Up Next: Ohio State

12. Penn State Nittany Lions 9-2 (8)

The committee won’t pound Penn State too much for losing to Ohio State on the road. Get to 10-2, and the Rose Bowl is still an outside possibility if it finishes ahead of Minnesota and Wisconsin in the final rankings.

Up Next: Rutgers

11. Wisconsin Badgers 9-2 (12)

The ranking will matter later. If the Badgers beat the Gophers, they’re off to play Ohio State for the Big Ten title. Win that, and it’s off to the Rose Bowl. Lose that, and it depends on the final ranking – just getting to the B1G title game isn’t going to be enough to ensure a trip to Pasadena – Michigan and Penn State could end up ranked higher.

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10. Baylor Bears 10-1 (14)

Call this a big projection and guess – the committee will finally bump up the chronically under-ranked Bears after the terrific bounceback performance and win over Texas. Now the Bears are off to the Big 12 Championship with another shot at Oklahoma. Win that, hope for Oregon to win the Pac-12 Championship, cross fingers for an Auburn win over Alabama, and … it’s still possible.

Up Next: at Kansas

9. Florida Gators 9-2 (11)

No, there’s no chance of getting into the College Football Playoff, but being ranked in the top ten matters. If the Gators can roll past Florida State and finish up in somewhere close to eight, that means the SEC will almost certainly get four teams – LSU, Alabama, Georgia and Florida – in College Football Playoff/New Year’s Six bowls.

Up Next: Florida State

8. Minnesota Golden Gophers 10-1 (10)

The ranking doesn’t matter. Beat Wisconsin, beat Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship, go to the College Football Playoff as a 12-1 Big Ten champ – no question whatsoever. This is one of the few teams that controls its own destiny.

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7. Oklahoma Sooners 10-1 (9)

There just isn’t a big enough win on the slate, and even worse, the team is struggling too much. It took too much of a fight to get through TCU, Baylor, and Iowa State, but the Sooners are off to the Big 12 Championship again, and a blowout win over Baylor in the rematch would give them a shot. Oklahoma State being ranked helps the resumé, but don’t be stunned if there’s an upset coming in Stillwater.

Up Next: at Oklahoma State

6. Utah Utes 10-1 (7)

The Utes are dominating. They haven’t allowed more than seven points in five of their last six games, and if they keep this up and beat Oregon in the Pac-12 Championship – assuming there’s no whiff against Colorado – flip a coin on whether or not the committee goes with what would be a 12-1 Power Five champ over …

Up Next: Colorado

5. Alabama Crimson Tide 10-1 (5)

DO NOT GET COMFORTABLE with the idea that Alabama will automatically slide into the top four if Georgia loses the SEC Championship. This year, even more than past seasons, this is probably going to shake up after the conference title games. To get in, that would mean the CFP would have to set a brand new precedent by putting in a team that didn’t win its own division over a 12-1 Power 5 champion – if there is another one from the Big 12 and/or Pac-12. With that said, now it’s on – obliterate Auburn, and the case  might be made.

Up Next: at Auburn

4. Georgia Bulldogs 10-1 (4)

After beating Texas A&M in a fight, the spot at No. 4 will only be solidified. All that matters is beating Georgia Tech and then taking down LSU. Do that, and in. Don’t do that, and out. ,kl

Up Next: at Georgia Tech

3. Clemson Tigers 11-0 (3)

There’s still that little problem of not beating anyone who’s any good. Once again, there won’t be a win on the slate against a team that’s currently ranked, but there’s no falling from third – which in this race, might as well be second.

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2. Ohio State Buckeyes 11-0 (2)

The Buckeyes have a beef after beating No. 8 Penn State and improving the all-around resume. If they destroy Michigan, even though LSU gets Texas A&M, there will be more of an argument next week.

Up Next: at Michigan

1. LSU Tigers 11-0 (1)

There won’t be any wavering for the No. 1 spot, even after Ohio State’s big win over Penn State. The overall body of work for the Tigers is still too good to overcome, and the spot should be cemented if they can get by the Aggies next week without a problem.

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