College Football Playoff rankings updated after Georgia football win over Texas A&M

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The final week of the regular season is upon us and the Georgia Bulldogs are holding steady as the No. 4 team in the country. In the College Football Playoff rankings for Week 14, Georgia once again came in as the No. 4 ranked team, behind No. 1 Ohio State, No. 2 LSU and No. 3 Clemson. The Buckeyes jumped LSU.

The Bulldogs came away with a 19-13 victory over Texas A&M this past weekend, pushing their record to 10-1 on the season. Texas A&M has also played Alabama, Clemson and will visit LSU this week.

Georgia is once again the highest-ranked one-loss team, ahead of the likes of No. 5 Alabama and No. 6 Utah. The Bulldogs will also have a chance to lock themselves into the College Football Playoff when it takes on LSU on Dec. 7 in the SEC championship game.

Before that, the Bulldogs must take on a 3-8 Georgia Tech team this coming Saturday. And while Georgia has never won the SEC East and lost to Georgia Tech in the same season, Kirby Smart said his team is more focused on the Yellow Jackets.

“We have a mature team and we said the other day that most important step is the next step,” Smart said. 

One game of note for Georgia to watch will be the game between No. 5 Alabama and No. 15 Auburn. Georgia may want Auburn to win that game, as it would boost Georgia’s resume and give Alabama a second loss, likely eliminating it from the College Football Playoff discussion. Other games to watch include No. 7 Oklahoma visiting No. 21 Oklahoma State and No. 6 Utah hosting Colorado.

Georgia is ranked No. 4 in the AP Poll and Coaches Poll as well. The Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets play at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday on ABC.

College Football Playoff Top 25 rankings for Week 14

  1.  Ohio State
  2.  LSU
  3.  Clemson
  4.  Georgia
  5.  Alabama
  6.  Utah
  7.  Oklahoma
  8.  Minnesota
  9.  Baylor
  10.  Penn State
  11.  Florida
  12.  Wisconsin
  13.  Michigan
  14.  Oregon
  15. Auburn
  16.  Notre Dame
  17.  Iowa
  18.  Memphis
  19.  Cincinnati
  20.  Boise State
  21.  Oklahoma State
  22.  USC
  23.  Iowa State
  24.  Virginia Tech
  25.  App State

 

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