How a giant Week 10 is altering the College Football Playoff rankings picture

This will be updated throughout the greatest Saturday of the season up until now, now that we have real rankings to handle.
Noted listed below, what each Playoff-ranked group depends upon this weekend, with either last ratings or S&P+ win possibilities for each.
Getting ground, most likely
No. 5 Notre Dame, 42-30 W at Pitt: This will count as a resume-boosting win for the committee (Pitt’s still 6-3). Do not be stunned if the Irish sneak into the leading 4 this week if Clemson (the only group to have really beaten ND) wins.
No. 21 Northwestern, 23-21 W vs. Penn State: It does not have to be really to count as a terrific win, and the Nittany Lions are still 7-3.
Holdin’ steady-ish
No. 6 Baylor, 31-24 W at Kansas State: The knock versus the Bears was schedule stamina, and this will not alter that. In committee eyes, 3-5 KSU is simply a bad group. New QB Jarrett Stidham looked great, nevertheless defense is a worry.
No. 20 Mississippi State, 31-13 W at Missouri: Beating 4-5 Mizzou is absolutely nothing unique. Putting the video game away in the 3rd and scoring 10 more points on a great defense than any individual else had? Exceptional in a Columbia rainstorm.
No. 22 Temple, 60-40 W at SMU: That’s a lot of points for an excellent defense to give up! And it were more distressing than that.
Maybe bad!
No. 10 Florida, 9-7 W vs. Vanderbilt: The Gators barely squeezed past a group that merely got destroyed by Houston. They might not fall considering that of that, specifically considered that the committee appears to lean more A Win Is A Win than most of individuals do, nevertheless it does not help one bit.
No. 24 Toledo, 32-27 L vs. Northern Illinois: The MAC’s first-ever Playoff ranking was gone immediately. Department dictator NIU’s Nov. 21 hosting of Western Michigan might select the West. The MAC’s from the New Year’s race unless something bonkers occurs.
Still to come (Perpetuities ET).
No. 1 Clemson (83 percent) vs. No. 16 Florida State, 3:30 p.m., ABC: The season’s primary real No. 1 gets its hardest test of the year 4 days after its crowning. The Tigers have at least a 94 percent win possibility in every other remaining regular season video game, with North Carolina resembling their likeliest ACC Championship opposition. An LSU win at Alabama might cost Clemson the No. 1 location, nevertheless that does not matter much today.
No. 2 LSU (33 percent) at No. 4 Alabama, 8 p.m., CBS: The winner of Manball Christmas virtually continuously has a clear title course, however there might be one possible catch this time. If it’s Bama, things get complexed, as Ole Miss still holds the conference tiebreaker, showing the SEC West standings leader will be a group with a loss to Memphis.
No. 3 Ohio State (88 percent) vs. Minnesota, 8 p.m., ABC.
No. 4 Alabama (66 percent) vs. No. 2 LSU, 8 p.m., CBS.
No. 7 Michigan State (62 percent) at Nebraska, 7 p.m., ESPN.
No. 8 TCU (60 percent) at No. 14 Oklahoma State, 3:30 p.m., Fox: The committee does not such as that neither has really played tough oppositions up until now, however that’s not a genuine problem for the winner. The Huge 12’s rivals have a great deal of time comprising ground by truly playing each other.
No. 9 Iowa (73 percent) at Indiana, 3:30 p.m., ESPN.
No. 11 Stanford (86 percent) at Colorado, 1 p.m., Pac-12 Networks.
No. 12 Utah (63 percent) at Washington, 7:30 p.m., Fox.
No. 13 Memphis (58 percent) vs. Navy, 7 p.m., ESPN2: Wins by the Tigers and by Ole Miss may put Memphis in the leading 10. Memphis. In the leading 10.
No. 14 Oklahoma State (40 percent) vs. No. 8 TCU, 3:30 p.m., Fox.
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No. 15 Oklahoma (87 percent) vs. Iowa State, 7 p.m., ESPNU.
No. 16 Florida State (17 percent) at No. 1 Clemson, 3:30 p.m., ABC.
No. 17 Michigan (98 percent) vs. Rutgers, 3:30 p.m., BTN: The safest-ranked group of the weekend, the numbers state.
No. 18 Ole Miss (75 percent) vs. Arkansas, 3:30 p.m., CBS.
No. 19 Texas A&M (77 percent) vs. Auburn, 7:30 p.m., SEC Network.
No. 23 UCLA (88 percent) at Oregon State, 4:30 p.m., Pac-12 Networks.
No. 25 Houston (75 percent) vs. Cincinnati, 3:30 p.m., ESPN2.
– Arkansas State won at Appalachian State, knocking the Sun Belt out of the New Year’s hunt.
– Amongst unranked groups that might jump up, based upon exactly what’s occurred up previously: 7-2 BYU after winning at San Jose State.
– Yeah, North Carolina’s definitely gon na be ranked now.
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