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At No. 23, Army makes its first appearance in the AP poll since 1996, but things at the top of the rankings remain largely unchanged.
Freshman Justin Fields threw two scoring passes and ran for another touchdown, Tyler Simmons had rushing and receiving scores, and No. 5 Georgia protected its playoff hopes by overwhelming UMass 66-27 on Saturday.
Notre Dame closes in on the CFP, while West Virginia goes down and Ohio State and Michigan prepare for a B1G showdown. What else have we learned?
The top 10 teams in the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings all have at least a 1 percent chance to make the top four, according to Playoff Predictor. Here's how it could happen for each.
If Clemson, Notre Dame, Michigan and Georgia all win out, but Alabama finishes 12-1, who's the odd team out? Playoff Predictor weighs in.
Even with the College Football Playoff selection committee's top 25 still battling for semifinal and New Year's Six bowl positions, it's never too early to look ahead to next season.
Brad Edwards, Jake Trotter & Heather Dinich react to the stagnant CFP rankings (4:15), discuss Oklahoma's defensive deficiencies (8:00), delve into "What-If Wednesday" (22:05) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (34:49) & Extra Points (45:26).
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 300 running back Kenny McIntosh committed to Georgia on Wednesday. The No. 229 ranked prospect out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida chose the Dawgs over Miami, Auburn and Oklahoma among others. Georgia lost a commitment from running back John Emery in October and now replace that spot with McIntosh. The Dawgs now have 13 ESPN 300 commitments in the No. 4 ranked recruiting class.
The College Football Playoff's top 10 is unchanged from last week -- the first time that has happened in the rankings' history.