CFP Rankings: Week 14| Predictions| When does the come out


The most straightforward scenario is that the four Power Five undefeated teams remain undefeated with Georgia defeating Alabama, Michigan. Today we will discuss about CFP Rankings: Week 14| Predictions| When does the come out

CFP Rankings: Week 14| Predictions| When does the come out

Ohio State dropped to No. 6 in the final CFP rankings after the loss to Michigan; Georgia remains on top
After losing 30-24 to Michigan last weekend, Ohio State dropped to No. 6 in the final College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know:

Georgia and Michigan remain Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, from the previous rankings. Washington moved up one spot to third and Florida State took fourth.
Oregon is the first team dropped at No. 5. It will face Washington in the Pac-12 championship on Friday.
Saturday will have a huge impact on the playoff race: Georgia plays No. 8 Alabama in the SEC Championship, Michigan plays Iowa in the Big Ten Championship and Florida State plays Louisville in the ACC Championship.
The final CFP rankings will be revealed on Sunday.

Week 14

CFP Rankings: Week 14| Predictions| When does the come out

1. Georgia
2. Michigan
3. Washington
4. Florida State
5. Oregon
6. Ohio State
7. Texas
8. Alabama
9. Missouri
10. Penn State
11. Ole Miss
13. LSU
14. Louisville
15. Arizona
17. Notre Dame
18.Oklahoma State
19. State of North Carolina
20. Oregon State
21. Tennessee
22. Tulane
23. Clemson
24. Freedom
25. Kansas State
Myrtle Beach (December 16): Northern Illinois vs. Georgia State
New Orleans (December 16): New Mexico State vs. Appalachian State
Cure (December 16): Jacksonville State vs. Marshall
New Mexico (December 16): Air Force vs. Louisiana
Famous Toastery (Dec. 18): Western Kentucky vs. Eastern Michigan
Frisco (Dec. 19): Old Dominion vs. Texas State
Boca Raton (Dec. 21): San Jose State vs. Georgia Southern
Gasparilla (December 22): James Madison vs. South Florida
Birmingham (December 23): Liberty vs. Troy
Camellia (Dec. 23): Bowling Green vs. South Alabama
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (December 23): Ohio vs. Utah State
68 Ventures (December 23): Wyoming vs. Arkansas State
Hawaii (December 23): Rice vs. Fresno State
Arizona (Dec. 30): Miami (OH) vs. Boise State


Georgia (12-0) LW: 1 – Georgia beat a good Georgia Tech team on the road. The Bulldogs have been on a string of wins over the past weeks which will keep them in top spot.
Michigan (12-0) LW: 2 – Michigan could argue for No. 1 with the best win in the country over Ohio State, but the Wolverines will have to settle for No. 2 in these rankings.
Washington (12-0) LW: 4 – Washington moved up one spot after the Apple Cup win.
Florida State (12-0) | LW: 5 – Florida State is back in the top four as it remains undefeated, even though the Seminoles looked weak with their backup quarterback.
Oregon (11-1) | LW: 6 – Oregon should finish fifth in these rankings after a loss to Ohio State and a dominant-ranked win. The Ducks just have to win and they’re in.
Texas (11-1) | LW: 7 – Texas should be ranked higher than Ohio State in the committee’s eyes after beating Texas Tech before the Big 12 Championship Game. Texas’ win over Alabama still holds great significance.
Alabama (11-1) | LW: 8 – Alabama trails Texas after a close win over Auburn. The Crimson Tide may fall behind Ohio State here, but the committee will look at ranked wins over Ole Miss, Tennessee, LSU and perhaps Kentucky as reasons to drop the Buckeyes one spot.
Ohio State (11-1) | LW: 2 – Ohio State dropped six spots to No. 8 after its loss to Michigan. There’s still a chance to rank as high as No. 6, but I think the committee will place a team that doesn’t control its own destiny at the bottom of the one-loss team standings.
Missouri (10-2) | LW: 9 – Missouri remains the nation’s best two-loss team after its win over Arkansas.
Penn State (10-2) | LW: 11 – Penn State moves back into the top 10 after ousting Michigan State.
Ole Miss (10-2) | LW: 12 – Ole Miss won the Egg Bowl to move up one spot.
OKLAHOMA (10-2) | LW: 13 – Oklahoma destroys TCU, but will miss the Big 12 title game. Sooners have no chance of entering the top 10 before bowling.

When does the come out

Tuesday’s College Football Playoff rankings will be the fifth of six consecutive weeks in which the CFP will unveil its Top 25 rankings. The final rankings will air at noon ET on Sunday (the day after conference championship weekend concludes).

Here is the full remaining schedule:
Tuesday, November 28: 7pm ET
Sunday, December 3: noon ET

The CFP Selection Show will air live on ESPN. You can also stream with the ESPN app or fubo, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

College Football Playoff Predictions for Week 14
Top four teams of the College Football Playoff

Georgia (12-0, 8-0 SEC)
Michigan (12–0, 9–0 Big Ten)
Washington (12-0, 9-0 Pac-12)
Florida State (12–0, 8–0 ACC)

First two out:

5. Oregon (11-1, 8-1 Pac-12)

6. Ohio State (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten)