After championship Saturday saw Alabama football take down Georgia in the SEC Championship, and Michigan football and Cincinnati football win in the Big Ten Championship and AAC Championship, respectively, we’re back to reveal the final seeding for the 2021-22 College Football Playoff.
Harrison Graham projects the final CFP Top 4 to be:
While it doesn’t really matter, look for the remainder of the Top 10 to look like the following:
#5: Notre Dame
#6: Ohio State
#8: Ole Miss
#9: Oklahoma State
#10: Michigan State
After Michigan beat Ohio State in The Game, the Wolverines jumped up to #2 last week, and held serve against Iowa football to get Jim Harbaugh his first CFP appearance.
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Alabama dominated Georgia Football in the SEC championship game, which gets. Nick Saban back into the playoff after its hopes were hanging by a thread following an overtime win over Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
Elsewhere, Cincinnati took care of business against an 11-1 Houston football team in the AAC championship game. Oklahoma State football lost to Baylor in the Big 12 championship. But the Cowboys’ hopes wouldn’t have mattered even with a win based on other outcomes Saturday.
Join Chat Sports hosts James Yoder and Harrison Graham for the complete reveal of the first 2022 College Football Playoff Committee Rankings along with their top 25 rankings predictions.
The College Football Playoff will kickoff December 31 at the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl.
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