College Football Playoff Rankings: Florida Gators hold at No. 6 as SEC leads top 25

By Adam Silverstein
December 1, 2020
College Football Playoff Rankings: Florida Gators hold at No. 6 as SEC leads top 25
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For the second straight week, the Florida Gators are the No. 6 team in the nation, at least according to the College Football Playoff Rankings. This after Florida drubbed Kentucky 34-10 in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium with two games left on its regular-season slate plus a likely appearance in the 2020 SEC Championship Game.

The Gators are behind Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson, Ohio State and Texas A&M — in that order as the top five teams in the nation. The Aggies hold a head-to-head win that has them in the No. 5 spot, but Florida will easily jump Texas A&M if it takes down Alabama in three weeks.

UF is also ranked No. 6 in the AP Top 25, though it remains ahead of TAMU at No. 5 in the Coaches Poll. Those positions have not changed for weeks despite the Gators looking like the more competent team on the field.

Florida only does not have any games left against top 25 teams despite opening the season with five ranked opponents on its schedule as LSU and Tennessee both fell out of the rankings this season.

Let’s take a look at the latest sets of college football rankings.

College Football Playoff Rankings

1. Alabama
2. Notre Dame
3. Clemson
4. Ohio State
5. Texas A&M
6. Florida
7. Cincinnati
8. Georgia
9. Iowa State
10. Miami
11. Oklahoma
12. Indiana
13. BYU
14. Northwestern
15. Oklahoma State
16. Wisconsin
17. North Carolina
18. Coastal Carolina
19. Iowa
20. USC
21. Marshall
22. Washington
23. Oregon
24. Tulsa
25. Louisiana

AP Top 25

1. Alabama (62)
2. Notre Dame
3. Ohio State
4. Clemson
5. Texas A&M
6. Florida
7. Cincinnati
8. BYU
9. Miami
10. Indiana
11. Georgia
12. Iowa State
13. Oklahoma
14. Coastal Carolina
15. Marshall
16. Northwestern
17. USC
18. Wisconsin
19. Oklahoma State
20. Louisiana
21. Oregon
22. Tulsa
23. Washington
24. Iowa
25. Liberty

Coaches Poll

1. Alabama (59)
2. Notre Dame (2)
3. Clemson
4. Ohio State (1)
5. Florida
6. Texas A&M
7. Cincinnati
8. BYU
9. Miami
10. Georgia
11. Indiana
12. Iowa State
13. Oklahoma
14. Coastal Carolina
15. Marshall
16. USC
17. Northwestern
18. Oklahoma State
19. Wisconsin
20. Oregon
21. Louisiana
22. Tulsa
23. Washington
24. Iowa
25. Liberty

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