Your NCAA Football Playoff Rankings: Who’s in and who’s out?

The Michigan State Spartans outlasted Michigan 37-33 to prove that they’re no one’s little brother — especially when you have Kenneth Walker III on the roster –while Georgia flexed its muscle against Florida to the tune of a 34-7 rout. Both Georgia and Michigan State now have an inside track to the playoff but with games against Alabama and Ohio State ahead, respectively, the path isn’t completely paved yet.

The Group of 5’s best chance at the College Football Playoff, the Cincinnati Bearcats, survived a mediocre first half at Tulane and rallied for a comfortable victory to stay undefeated and in the playoff picture.

Oklahoma kept its undefeated season alive with a 52-21 victory over Texas Tech. The Sooners have had a hard time climbing the polls with several close wins on the season but it looks like everything is starting to click for Lincoln Riley’s squad at the right time.


Who is the best one loss team, Alabama, Baylor, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma State or Oregon?

Do undefeated Cincinnati and Wake Forrest have a shot?

Should a, potential, one loss Big 10, Big 12, Pac-12 or SEC Champion displace an undefeated Cincinnati or Wake Forrest?

Who are your top 6 teams?

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