The latest College Football Playoff Rankings are out and for the first time this season Oklahoma State is in the top 10.
Oklahoma State moved up one spot from last week to No. 10 after a 31-6 win over TCU.
With the Sooners also moving up a spot to No. 8, Bedlam will be a match-up of Top 10 teams for the second year in a row. OU moved up after they beat West Virginia (down to No. 18) 56-28.
There’s still a lot of debate over how the committee is viewing the Cowboys’ “loss” to CMU.
Kirby Hocutt still deflecting questions on Oklahoma State’s 9-2 record/CMU loss. Committee won’t consider issue unless and until necessary.— George Schroeder (@GeorgeSchroeder) November 23, 2016
Kirby Hocutt: "Oklahoma State’s record is 9-2. However, the committee is aware of what transpired in the Central Michigan game. We’re aware"— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) November 23, 2016
Right now, I couldn’t care less about the playoff and I hope the team feels the same way. The only thing Gundy and Co. can control is how they play against OU in Norman in two weeks. Beat the Sooners, win the Big 12, and see what happens.
As for the rest of the rankings; the top four remains the same starting with Alabama at No. 1, followed by Ohio State, Clemson, and Michigan.