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When are college football playoff rankings released? Time, channel for CFP’s third screening program in 2021

The week 12 college football playoff poll could see the fewest changes week-over-week of any top-25 rankings all season.

In fact, only one team in the top 10 of the previous week’s standings lost: No. 8 Oklahoma, which fell 27-14 to No. 13 Baylor in Waco, Texas. Almost every other team in the top 25 to lose also fell to a ranked opponent. Those teams were No. 11 Texas A&M (lost 29-19 to No. 15 Ole Miss); No. 16 NC State (lost 45-42 to No. 12 Wake Forest); No. 17 Auburn (lost 43-34 to Mississippi state); and No. 19 Purdue (lost 59-31 to No. 4 Ohio State).

MORE: Week 12 College Football Playoff Image: Ohio State, Cincinnati Fight For Last Place

That sets up what should be one of the easier weeks for the CFP selection committee, although it’s certainly not a given for a group that has already made amazing decisions this season.

What does that mean for the last set of classifications? Georgia and Alabama should take the top two spots, with Oregon, Ohio State and Cincinnati ranking 3-5 (though in what order remains to be seen). The Ducks appear to have the upper hand over their Ohio counterparts, and it will be worth seeing how much the committee values ​​their head-to-head victory over the Buckeyes at the end of the season.

Regardless, the season is reaching a critical stretch for several teams in the top 25. The Big Ten East remains open to the states of Ohio, Michigan and Michigan; Alabama has a three-week streak against Arkansas, Auburn and, potentially, Georgia; Cincinnati faces SMU with a date with Houston on the horizon; and Bedlam could determine if the Big 12 have any chance of making the playoffs.

There is still a lot of football to play, which could completely change the top 25 rankings by the time all is said and done. However, first we have to see what the latest rankings look like. With that, here is everything you need to tune in and watch:

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What time are the college football playoff standings released?

  • Date: Tuesday, November 16
  • Start time: 7 pm ET

The college football Playoffs committee will release its third set of rankings for the 2021 season at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 16.

CFP 2021 Rankings Calendar

The College Football Playoff selection program is scheduled to air at 7 pm ET every Tuesday through November 30. The CFP selection program will take place on Sunday, December 5, the day after the conference championship games, at noon ET.

Date Time (ET)
Tuesday, November 2 7 pm
Tuesday, November 9 9 pm *
Tuesday, November 16 7 pm
Tuesday 23 November 7 pm
Tuesday, November 30 7 pm
Sunday, December 5 (Selection Sunday) Noon

*The November 9 standings were released between games in the Champions Classic.

MORE: Latest AP Top 25, Coaches Poll Rankings

How to view the CFP selection program

  • Television channel: ESPN
  • Live broadcast: ESPN app, fuboTV

The ratings selection program will take place on ESPN and can be streamed live on the ESPN app. It can also be streamed through fuboTV, offering a 7-day free trial.

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Projected CFP Rankings: Who Are the Top Four Teams in College Football?

1. Georgia (10-0)
2. Alabama (9-1)
3. Oregon (9-1)
4. Ohio State (9-1)

Sporting News projects The top four teams in the third set of rankings will be No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 Oregon and No. 4 Ohio State. The first two teams to leave are projected to be No. 5 Cincinnati (10-0) and No. 6 Michigan State (8-1).

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