NEW YORK, Sporting Alert — Georgia is No. 1 in the opening College Football Playoff rankings, topping The Associated Press’ top-ranked team Alabama on Tuesday night.
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Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington are the teams named in the final College Football Playoff Rankings and will go for the national title.
Michigan has slipped three spots to No. 5 in the College Football Playoff Rankings, while lips, Washington returns to semi-final spots at No. 4.
Latest college football playoffs top 25 rankings, as Alabama stayed No. 1, while Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson complete the top four.
Washington replaced Texas A&M in the College Football Playoffs top 4 in Week 2, while Alabama, Clemson and Michigan held their places in the top 3.
Mississippi State stunned No. 4 Texas A&M, 35-28 in a college football game on Saturday to shake up the top four in the rankings.
College Football Playoff rankings first top 25 has Alabama, Clemson, Michigan and Texas A&M as the top four with Washington and Ohio State next.
The live streaming, TV channels and schedule for Week 2 in the 2016 College Football new season. Get all the AP top 25 scores afterwards.
Clemson and Alabama, the two best teams, at least ranking-wise, will meet on Monday night for the second edition of the College Football Playoff National title at the University of Phoenix Stadium
Wayne Gallman and Deshaun Watson both shined and No. 1 Clemson easily put away No. 4 Oklahoma in the 2015 Capital One Orange Bowl here in Miami.
After being stunned by Ohio State in this same stage last season, Alabama will be hoping to rebound against Michigan State and you can watch this College Football Playoff semifinal game live on ESPN.