after 12 weeks college football seasonThe College Football Playoff standings were announced Tuesday night.
did not have shock to the first fourWhile Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, and TCU remain the best teams in football.
However, there have been some changes in the top 10 and not everyone is happy with the ranking.
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Tennessee dropped from 5th to 10th after allowing 63 points. unsorted South Carolina set. LSU moved up one spot to 5th, while USC beat UCLA, which was ranked 16th away on Saturday, to 6th place.
Alabama, Clemson and Oregon 7-9.
The row outside of the top four seemed to bother ESPN analyst and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III, who said there was a bias for schools from the Southeastern Conference.
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“The committee is really showing SEC bias in front of 9-2 LSU and 9-2 Alabama versus 10-1 Clemson against 10-1 USC,” Griffin said. posted to twitter.
With LSU in 5th place, the SEC now has a legitimate chance to get both teams into the College Football Playoffs. Tigers rule the table and defeated Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.
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against a loss Georgia to topple LSU outside of CFP.
Trojans face Number 15 Notre Dame If the Ducks can beat #21 Oregon State on Saturday, to close out Oregon #9 in the regular season and Pac-12 Championship Game.
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For Clemson, it’s still a competitive game against unrated South Carolina, and the ACC Championship Game is still on the books.
The Tigers face #17 North Carolina in Charlotte and must beat Alabama with a win and a 12-1 record.