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College Football Playoff Committee stays the same as last week

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 25th, 2014 at 7:25 PM EST

This week’s College Football Committee Playoff seed has stayed the same as last week. Alabama Crimson Tide remains No. 1 this week.

Following Alabama is the Oregon Ducks, who are second. The undefeated Florida State Seminoles are in the third spot.

College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff

Mississippi State Bulldogs, whose only loss came to Alabama, is in the fourth and final playoff spot.

“Well, I think they are holding strong,” Jeff Long, Committee Chairman and Arkansas Athletic Director said. “They currently have one win over a Top 25 win, and others against teams that are no longer in.”

The first two out were the TCU Horned Frogs and the Ohio State Buckeyes. The Buckeyes are 10-1, while the Horned Frogs are 9-1.

“I think all the schedules are coming into question since week 2,” ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit said. That week, Ohio State lost to the Virginia Tech Hokies, and haven’t lost since.

The Baylor Bears was ranked seventh, and the UCLA Bruins were eighth.

TCU, Baylor, and Ohio State all have one loss. Besides Ohio State’s loss to Virginia Tech, TCU host to the Baylor Bears, while Baylor lost to West Virginia Mountaineers.

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