College Football Playoff rankings for Nov. 22 released

By Kevin Kelley -

The College Football Playoff Rankings for Nov. 22 have been released by the Selection Committee, and the top four remains unchanged from the previous week.

Alabama is first and is followed by Ohio State in 2nd, Michigan in 3rd, and Clemson in 4th. Just outside the top four are fifth-ranked Washington, sixth-ranked Wisconsin, and seventh-ranked Penn State.

Boise State (19th) is currently the highest ranked team from a Group of Five conference.

College Football Playoff Rankings (Nov.22)

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Michigan
4. Clemson
5. Washington
6. Wisconsin
7. Penn State
8. Oklahoma
9. Colorado
10. Oklahoma State
11. Louisville
12. USC
13. Auburn
14. Florida State
15. Florida
16. Nebraska
17. Tennessee
18. West Virginia
19. Boise State
20. Houston
21. Western Michigan
22. Utah
23. Washington State
24. Stanford
25. Navy

The College Football Playoff Selection Committee will release their Top 25 rankings each week on Tuesday through Nov. 29.

On Sunday, Dec. 4 at Noon ET, the selection committee will announce their final rankings, Playoff Semifinal matchups, and the New Year’s bowl pairings.

CFP Rankings Release Schedule

  • November 29 – 7pm ET
  • December 4 (Selection Day and Playoff Semifinal teams announced) – Noon ET

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Comments (2)

Do you the CFP-Commitee knwo what Football is? Michigan has lost to Iowa. The winner of the Ohio State-Michigan match will take on the West Division winner. The losing team of the B1G Championship is out of consideration.
The play-off will be faced by the Winner of the ACC (or Ohio State), SEC, Oklahoma and Western Michigan, if Western Michigan stays unbeaten.

‘The winner of the Ohio State-Michigan match will take on the West Division winner.”
Not true if Michigan loses & Penn St beat Michigan St, then Penn St plays for the championship game in the BIG.
Bad news for ya, W. Michigan is not making it to the playoffs, not sure if Oklahoma is either.
No matter what happens I do believe you will have a BIG team in the CFP.