College Football Playoff Committee releases CFP Top 25 rankings/standings

The College Football Playoff committee is about to announce the top 25 rankings of the college football for the first in FBS history.

With the removal of the BCS system, the College Football Playoff rankings is the new system implemented to find the best team in the nation. In the CFP system, the committee which comprises of 12 people will select the top four teams at the end of regular season. These four teams will then play for playoff, and the two winners will be in the National Championship Game.

The CFP system was installed to avoid controversies that could arise in the BCS system. However, many critics believe that there would be problems and controversies arising in the new system.

Expected to be No. 1 in the College Football Playoff Rankings is Mississippi State, which is undefeated and had defeated three top 10 ranked teams. While many argue that the Florida State Seminoles aren’t tested yet, except they beat then-No5 Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

Projected at No. 3 would be the Auburn Tigers, which lost to Mississippi State. At No. 4 would be the Alabama Crimson Tide.

There are plenty of speculations on No. 5 as Ole Miss, Oregon, Georgia, Notre Dame and other one loss teams are fight for the spot.


The release of College Football Playoff rankings can be seen on ESPN or live stream at at 7:30 PM ET.


Here’s the initial CFB released rankings:

1. Mississippi State
2. Florida State
3. Auburn
4. Ole Miss
5. Oregon
6. Alabama
7. TCU
8. Michigan State
9. Kansas State
10. Notre Dame

11. Georgia
12. Arizona
13. Baylor
14. Arizona State
15. Nebraska
16. Ohio State
17. Utah
18. Oklahoma
19. LSU
20. West Virginia
21. Clemson
22. UCLA
23. East Carolina
24. Duke
25. Louisville

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