first_imgMORE: What first set of rankings say about which teams will make PlayoffThe other mild surprise was No. 4 Penn State (8-0) ahead of No. 5 Clemson (8-0). The Tigers are the defending national champion and on a 24-game win streak. Ohio State and Penn State play on Nov. 23. Georgia (7-1) is the highest-ranked one-loss team, at No. 6. The College Football Playoff rankings will be released each Tuesday leading up to conference championship weekend, and the final rankings will be unveiled on Dec. 8.The College Football Playoff semifinals will be on Dec. 28 at the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl in Atlanta and PlayStation Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz. The CFP championship game will be Jan. 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.With that, the full Week 11 College Football Playoff rankings:College Football Playoff rankings 2019Who are the top four CFP teams after Week 10?RankingTeamRecord1Ohio State8-02LSU8-03Alabama8-04Penn State8-0Who are the first two teams out of the CFP after Week 10?RankingTeamRecord5Clemson9-06Georgia7-1CFP top 25 rankings after Week 10RankingTeamRecord1Ohio State8-02LSU8-03Alabama8-04Penn State8-05Clemson9-06Georgia7-17Oregon8-18Utah8-19Oklahoma7-110Florida7-211Auburn7-212Baylor8-013Wisconsin6-214Michigan7-215Notre Dame6-216Kansas State6-217Minnesota8-018Iowa6-219Wake Forest7-120Cincinnati7-121Memphis8-122Boise State7-123Oklahoma State6-324Navy7-125SMU8-1 The first set of College Football Playoff rankings were unveiled Tuesday and — surprise — the No. 1 team was neither LSU nor Alabama.Instead, Ohio State (8-0) took the No. 1 spot in the initial rankings, one spot ahead of No. 2 LSU (8-0) and No. 3 Alabama (8-0). The Tigers and Crimson Tide play Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium in a “Game of the Century.”last_img read more