Ohio State Falls To No. 7 In Latest CFP Rankings

By November 30, 2021 (7:16 pm)Football

After Ohio State’s second loss of the season, a 42-27 decision to then-No. 5 Michigan, the Buckeyes find themselves at No. 7 in the penultimate College Football Playoff rankings.

The Big Ten Championship Game will feature No. 2 Michigan vs. No. 13 Iowa, the first contest without Ohio State since 2016.

Elsewhere, the SEC title game will boast a No. 1 vs. No. 3 matchup between Georgia and Alabama. The winner is in, and there’s still a potential path for the team that drops that game depending on how the final weekend shakes out. In the Big 12, No. 5 Oklahoma State could lock in a playoff spot with a win over No. 9 Baylor, but the Bears could cause some chaos with a win.

Here are the full rankings:

RANK #TEAMRECORD
1Georgia12-0
2Michigan11-1
3Alabama11-1
4Cincinnati12-0
5Oklahoma State11-1
6Notre Dame11-1
7Ohio State10-2
8Ole Miss10-2
9Baylor10-2
10Oregon10-2
11Michigan State10-2
12BYU10-2
13Iowa10-2
14Oklahoma10-2
15Pitt10-2
16Wake Forest10-2
17Utah9-3
18NC State9-3
19San Diego State11-1
20Clemson9-3
21Houston11-1
22Arkansas8-4
23Kentucky9-3
24Louisiana11-1
25Texas A&M8-4
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