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College Football Playoff: Alabama, Notre Dame lead 1st ranking

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Whereas the pandemic has affected the discharge of the rankings, the nationwide semifinals and championship are nonetheless set to go on as deliberate in January.

Alabama is No. 1 within the first School Soccer Playoff rankings of the season, adopted by Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State.

Texas A&M was fifth and Florida was sixth, adopted by unbeaten Cincinnati at seventh, one of the best rating for a non-Energy 5 staff within the seven-year historical past of the choice committee’s rankings.

One other unbeaten staff from exterior the Energy 5 was not so extremely regarded by the committee. BYU was slotted 14th, behind No. 11 Oklahoma (6-2) and No. 13 Iowa State (6-2) amongst others.,

A lot the like this faculty soccer season in a pandemic, the rankings schedule has been delayed and truncated this yr.

The 13-person choice committee often begins rankings groups round Halloween and produces six rankings earlier than the ultimate ones that decide which groups will play within the semifinals and main bowl video games.

That is the primary of 4 rankings main as much as the one ones that actually depend, scheduled to be launched on Dec. 20.

The pandemic didn’t cease the choice committee from assembly in individual as ordinary on the Gaylord Lodge in Grapevine Texas, simply exterior of Dallas. And the playoff itself is scheduled to go off as scheduled with the semifinals on Jan. 1 within the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl and the championship sport Jan. 11 at Arduous Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

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  1. Alabama    7-0
  2. Notre Dame    8-0
  3. Clemson    7-1
  4. Ohio State    4-0
  5. Texas A&M    5-1
  6. Florida    6-1
  7. Cincinnati    8-0
  8. Northwestern    5-0
  9. Georgia    5-2
  10. Miami    7-1
  11. Oklahoma    6-2
  12. Indiana    4-1
  13. Iowa State    6-2
  14. BYU    9-0
  15. Oregon    3-0
  16. Wisconsin    2-1
  17. Texas    5-2
  18. USC    3-0
  19. UNC    6-2
  20. Coastal Carolina    8-0
  21. Marshall    7-0
  22. Auburn    5-2
  23. Oklahoma State    5-2
  24. Iowa    3-2
  25. Tulsa    5-1

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