A loss by the Michigan Wolverines to the Ohio State Buckeyes was the talk of college football this weekend, and made for a massive impact on the College Football Playoff race. Three days later, the selection committee itself reveals exactly how that game, and others from Week 13, changed the rankings
At least one top-four team is going down this weekend as Alabama and Georgia face off for the SEC Championship. How will the committee view the loser as the winner locks up a spot in the playoffs?
An injury to McKenzie Milton, Washington State’s loss to Washington in the Apple Cup and seven overtimes before an LSU loss to Texas A&M also played key roles in the rankings this week.
In less than seven days, the College Football Playoff will be set. But before that, conference titles are on the line.
Here is how the selection committee ranks the action heading into a weekend of conference championships.