College Football Playoff Power Rankings After Week Eleven
We have another weekend of college football in the books, and what a wild weekend it was.
This weekend saw three of the top four teams all lose, which means there’s wild shake up in the rankings.
Alabama is taking the top spot in the latest rankings. Alabama beat a very good LSU team and demolished a very bad Mississippi State team this weekend. Quarterback Jalen Hurts tossed four touchdowns and looked like a championship quarterback. The Crimson Tide should roll to the playoffs. A date with Ohio State or Michigan would be very entertaining. (SLIDESHOW: UFC Star Arianny Celeste Is Nearly Naked For All Her Fans In These Pictures)
2) Ohio State:
All of a sudden the Buckeyes are right back into the championship conversation. Ohio State crushed Maryland to the tune of 62-3. Superstar quarterback J.T. Barrett had 300 yards of offense and four touchdowns. They clearly look like they’ve bounced back. (SLIDESHOW: THESE ARE THE SEXIEST PHOTOS OF RONDA ROUSEY ON THE INTERNET)
Louisville has the best player in the country in Lamar Jackson, and nobody is a close second this season. He didn’t have a major week in a win against Wake Forest, but still had almost 300 yards. If the Cardinals win out they’re almost certainly in the playoffs. (SLIDESHOW: 12 TIMES SPORTS PUNDIT KRISTINE LEAHY LOOKED ABSOLUTELY STUNNING)
The Wolverines were shocked by Iowa, but a one loss Michigan still will absolutely get into the playoffs. A date with Ohio State looms on the horizon and that game will determine their fortune in Ann Arbor.
The Badgers have shocked the football world and have made it to this point in the season 8-2 after beating Illinois on Saturday, 48-3. If Wisconsin wins out they’ll be in prime position to be in the playoffs. Their only losses are to Ohio State in overtime and Michigan by seven in regulation. However, the Badgers smacked around LSU and Nebraska which nobody else can claim. Good luck finding a team with a better resume that has a loss.
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