- Ohio State
- Florida State
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The playoff committee differed quite a bit from the Associated Press’ top-25 list. They still have the defending National Champions, Georgia, as their number-one team. Michigan follows the Bulldogs, and they’re one spot above Ohio State.
However, the playoff committee is rewarding Ohio State for its schedule this season. They have impressive wins over Notre Dame and Penn State.
But the committee is completely ignoring the Pac 12, as Washington, who was a win over Oregon, is left sitting outside the top four.
Fans vent on new college football rankings
Fans took to social media to disagree with the committee’s rankings. Some fans think the playoff is “rigged” to favor Ohio State and Big Ten. Here are the best takes on social media about the initial playoff rankings for this season.
nothing college football votes are just rigged and i can’t wait for next season when it will actually work
— lewis (maxey truther) (@05VauxhallCorsa) October 31, 2023
college football is rigged
— Stan Scott (@Stanley32456998) October 31, 2023
The ridiculous love affair CFP has with Ohio State is beyond stupid. I see 3 teams in the top 5 that are better than OSU. I would put money on Washington, Georgia and FSU against Ohio State. Need to see Michigan/Penn State first.
— ATL (@atlerud) November 1, 2023
OSU is hilarious 🤣🤣🤣🤣
— Anthony🥶🌪 (@An7hon3) October 31, 2023
Michigan’s inclusion regardless of record is embarrassing
— Bill Dance’s Party (@local_tomb) November 1, 2023
If it’s not
3. Ohio State
4. Florida State
Then we all know that the CFP committee is rigged.
— Joey Dembeck (@JoeyDembeck) October 31, 2023
Seems poetic the lack of respect for the PAC and how it continues
— Jenna Adams (@Ogirl77) November 1, 2023
Rigged. Michigan is #1
— Altcoin Tribune (@altcoin_tribune) November 1, 2023
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