College Football Playoff Rankings: Mississippi State, Florida State stay at No. 1 and No. 2

The College Football Playoff system continues to be the conversation of the football fans around United States. In the old system, the BCS, only two teams were being selected and mostly, it provided problems because teams deserving to be on top were left off.

While the CFP maintains the argument that it is better because four teams will be selected, and not only the undefeated teams, to have a chance at the national championship game, still many doubters are not in favor of because the new system contains many flaws.

In the first College Football Rankings, SEC teams dominated the Top Four, with Mississippi State, Auburn and Ole Miss. However, Auburn defeated Ole Miss last Saturday, that would put Oregon at No. 4 and Alabama at No. 5.

Florida State found ways to beat Louisville in a come-from-behind victory on Thursday. As long as Florida State is undefeated, they would remain No. 2 or No. 1, in case Mississippi State fails to beat the strong and powerful opponents in the SEC.

1. Mississippi State

2. Florida State

3. Auburn

4. Oregon

5. Alabama

6. TCU

7. Kansas State

8. Michigan State

9. Arizona State

10. Notre Dame

11. Ole Miss

12. Baylor

13. Nebraska

14. Ohio State

15. Oklahoma

16. LSU

17. Utah

18. UCLA

19. Arizona

20. Georgia

21. Clemson

22. Duke

23. West Virginia

24. Georgia Tech

25. Wisconsin

A registered nurse by profession, Michael is also a fresh IT graduate. His love for basketball pushes him to write. He is a basketball fanatic that helps him write about it. He is a passionate sports writer.

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