The College Football Playoff selection committee will have to wait a couple more hours to reveal its second set of rankings after the latest game listing.
The 2021 Classic of Champions, which features some of the best basketball teams in the country at No. 3 Kansas, No. 9 Duke, No. 10 Kentucky and Michigan State, will take precedence on ESPN before it airs. the classification program. So for those of you reading this Tuesday night:
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The selection committee drew attention with its first set of ratings on Nov. 2, but it could make an even bigger wave after a wild streak in Week 10 in which several top-10 teams played well below their potential.Aside from Georgia, which should maintain its status as the best team in the country, no team with realistic expectations of reaching the Playoff played particularly well on Saturday. No. 2 Alabama barely beat LSU after coming off a week off to prepare; No. 3 Michigan State lost a stunner to the Purdue “Spoilermakers”; No. 4 Oregon survived an early scare from Washington to win 26-16; No. 5 Ohio State looked bored in a win over Nebraska; No. 6 Cincinnati barely survived tulsa; and No. 9 Wake Forest lost its first game of the season to North Carolina and Sam Howell.Michigan No. 7 took care of business against Indiana in a 27-9 win, but still needs help getting into the Big Ten championship game after its Week 9 loss to Michigan State. No. 8 Oklahoma was idle, but still in control of his destiny as a potential undefeated Power 5 conference champion. No. 10 Notre Dame also took care of business, but from the outside he’s likely looking inward without a conference championship game you can trust.How will those games and more affect the second set of CFP rankings? Only time will tell. With that, here’s everything you need to tune in and watch the committee explain their top 25 for the second time in 2021:PLUS: Watch the CFP Rankings Launch Live on fuboTV (7-Day Free Trial)
What time are the college football playoff standings released?
- Date: Tuesday, November 8
- Start time: 9 pm ET
The College Football Playoff will release its second set of rankings for the 2021 season at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 9.
CFP 2021 Rankings Calendar
The College Football Playoff selection program is scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Tuesday, although the exact timing depends on the final bell in the first game of the Champions Classic, which also airs on ESPN. Once the No. 3 Kansas vs. Michigan State wraps up, the CFP program will air as No. 9 Duke prepares to face No. 10 Kentucky.Each subsequent show will air on Tuesdays at 7 pm ET. The CFP selection program will take place on Sunday, December 5, the day after the conference championship games, at noon ET.
|Tuesday, November 2||7 pm|
|Tuesday, November 9||9 pm *|
|Tuesday, November 16||7 pm|
|Tuesday 23 November||7 pm|
|Tuesday, November 30||7 pm|
|Sunday, December 5 (Selection Sunday)||Noon|
The November 9 standings will be posted between games in the Champions Classic.PLUS: Latest AP Top 25, Coaches Poll Rankings
How to view the CFP selection program
- Television channel: ESPN
- Live broadcast: ESPN app, fuboTV
The ratings selection program will take place on ESPN and can be streamed live on the ESPN app. It can also be streamed through fuboTV, offering a 7-day free trial.PLUS: Oklahoma’s bad place and more takeaways from the college football playoff top rankings
Projected CFP Rankings: Who Are the Top Four Teams in College Football?
1. Georgia (9-0)
2. Alabama (8-1)
3. Oklahoma (9-0)
4. Cincinnati (9-0)Sporting News projects The top four teams in the second set of rankings will be No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 4 Cincinnati. The first two teams to leave are projected to be No. 5 Oregon (8-1) and No. 6 Ohio State (8-1).