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CFP stays the same heading into Championship weekend

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By Anthony Caruso III
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The latest college football playoff rankings are out. However, nothing is changed in the Top 4.

The Clemson Tigers are No. 1 and have remained in the top spot since the initial college football rankings came out. If they can win one more game, they’ll have the top spot in the college football playoffs in January.

The Tigers will face No. 10 North Carolina Tar Heels in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship game. The game will be the first meeting between the school’s this season.

DeShaun Watson (Getty Images)

DeShaun Watson (Getty Images)

The Alabama Crimson Tide is the No. 2 team. They have been in the No. 2 spot since they defeated previously No. 2 LSU Tigers.

The Crimson Tide are the heavy favorites against the No. 18 Florida Gators in the Southeastern Conference Championship game in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday. The way the Gators played in the past two weeks, it wouldn’t be surprising if this game becomes a blowout.

The Oklahoma Sooners are the No. 3 team. Their regular season is complete and will be watching on Championship Saturday.

They defeated the Oklahoma State Cowboys to win the Big 12 Conference Championship.

The Iowa Hawkeyes are the No. 4 team. They are undefeated on the season like the Tigers.

The Hawkeyes have their biggest challenge this weekend in the Big Ten Conference as they face the Michigan State Spartans. The Spartans are the first team out as the No. 5 team.

Fellow Big Ten school and reigning College Football Playoff Champions, the Ohio State Buckeyes, are the No. 6 team. They lost to the Spartans by a game-winning field goal last weekend.

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