Ohio State Falls To No. 6 In College Football Playoff Rankings After Loss To Michigan

By November 28, 2023 (7:12 pm)Football

Ohio State saw a drop in the College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday, falling to No. 6 after suffering a loss to No. 2 Michigan this past weekend.

Georgia remains at the top of the rankings, followed by the Wolverines, No. 3 Washington and No. 4 Florida State, with all able to secure a berth to the College Football Playoff with a win this weekend. No. 5 Oregon and the Buckeyes remain just outside the top four.

Remaining outside of the mix at No. 7 is Texas, which could secure a spot in the playoff if it wins in the Big 12 Championship Game and some other results fall the Longhorns’ way, and the same is true for No. 8 Alabama, which faces the Bulldogs in the SEC Championship Game. No. 9 Missouri and No. 10 Penn State round out the top 10.

Here are the full rankings:

RankingTeamChange
No. 1Georgia (12-0)No Change
No. 2Michigan (12-0)No Change
No. 3Washington (12-0)+1
No. 4Florida State (12-0)+1
No. 5Oregon (11-1)+1
No. 6Ohio State (11-1)-4
No. 7Texas (11-1)No Change
No. 8Alabama (11-1)No Change
No. 9Missouri (10-2)No Change
No. 10Penn State (10-2)+1
No. 11Ole Miss (10-2)+1
No. 12Oklahoma (10-2)+1
No. 13LSU (9-3)+1
No. 14Louisville (10-2)-4
No. 15Arizona (9-3)No Change
No. 16Iowa (10-2)+1
No. 17Notre Dame (9-3)+1
No. 18Oklahoma State (9-3)+2
No. 19NC State (9-3)+3
No. 20Oregon State (8-4)-4
No. 21Tennessee (8-4)No Change
No. 22Tulane (11-1)+1
No. 23Clemson (8-4)+1
No. 24Liberty (12-0)+1
No. 25Kansas State (8-4)-6
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