Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Here Are The College Football Playoff Rankings After Week 10

Here Are The College Football Playoff Rankings After Week 10

As election returns rolled out Tuesday night, the College Football Playoff selection committee made its choices known for the second weekly rankings of the season.

BIG GAMES: Top-ranked Alabama welcomes No. 16 Mississippi State, No. 2 Clemson is at No. 17 Boston College, Third-ranked Notre Dame hosts Florida State, No. 6 Oklahoma travels to in-state rival Oklahoma State, and No. 10 Ohio State travels to No. 18 Michigan State. That same Spartans team only beat Utah State by seven points and the Aggies put up the most points on Michigan State all year. The Wolverines are No. 4. LSU, which was shut out at home by Alabama and now has two losses on the season, fell just a handful of spots to seventh, while Washington State came in just ahead of the Mountaineers at No. 8.

The Cougars needed a late touchdown Saturday in Pullman to defeat California 19-13.

Defense will lead them past Ohio State and now they have a competent quarterback to score on offense. If they continue winning and claim a Pac-12 regular and post-season title at the end of the season, they'll be squarely in the mix for a Playoff spot.

The Tigers probably aren't going to make the playoff.

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OSU'S PATH: A 12-1 record, with a win over MI and a Big Ten championship, does not guarantee a spot in the playoff for Ohio State. If they win outright, and one of the teams in front of them loses, Oklahoma might be able to sneak into the top four.

The Knights stayed at No. 12 after beating Temple 52-40 last week. All three of the Bulldogs' losses occurred to teams in the current top 15, including two on the road. In each of the 11 weeks, at least two teams were eliminated, including two - Kentucky and LSU - in Week 10. At 6-3, MSU is the second-highest ranked three-loss team in the poll. West Virginia took down Texas 42-41. Will they fall back into the committee's favor? Notre Dame 4. MI 5.

UCF (8-0), with the nation's longest win streak at 21 games, remained unchanged at No. 12.

The Horns still have hard games remaining with Texas Tech there and at home against a good Iowa State team.

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