College Football Playoff Rankings: Top Four Stays Same In Week 13 Standings

by NESN Staff

November 22, 2016

There wasn’t much movement in the Week 13 College Football Playoff rankings.

The Alabama Crimson Tide still are No. 1, while No. 2 Ohio State, No. 3 Michigan and No. 4 Clemson continue to hold the other top-four spots. No. 5 Washington and No. 6 Wisconsin just missed the cut.

USC, arguably the hottest team in the country, only moved up one spot to No. 12, one slot behind No. 11 Louisville. No. 19 Boise State still is the highest Group of Five team.

The top four teams advance to the playoff, which determines the national champion.

Here are the new CFP rankings entering Week 13.

1. Alabama (11-0)
2. Ohio State (10-1)
3. Michigan (10-1)
4. Clemson (10-1)
5. Washington (10-1)
6. Wisconsin (9-2)
7. Penn State (9-2)
8. Oklahoma (9-2)
9. Colorado (9-2)
10. Oklahoma State (9-2)
11. Louisville (9-2)
12. USC (8-3)
13. Auburn (8-3)
14. Florida State (8-3)
15. Florida (8-2)
16. Nebraska (9-2)
17. Tennessee (8-3)
18. West Virginia (8-2)
19. Boise State (10-1)
20. Houston (9-2)
21. Western Michigan (11-0)
22. Utah (8-3)
23. Washington State (8-3)
24. Stanford (8-3)
25. Navy (8-2)

Thumbnail photo via Marvin Gentry/USA TODAY Sports Images

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