The College Football Playoff rankings are out. Below, find all CFP Top 25 scores and results for Week 10.

Alabama is the first CFP No. 1 team this year, as the Crimson Tide received the top ranking on Tuesday. After Alabama, the selection committee had Clemson, LSU and Notre Dame in the top four. The top four teams make the CFP semifinals, but No. 1 Alabama dominated No. 3 LSU, 29-0, in Week 10.

College Football Playoff rankings: Week 10 Top 25 scores, schedule

Here’s is the complete schedule for Top 25 teams this week. All times ET and on Saturday, unless otherwise noted.

Click on the games for live stats and scoring.

MORE: College Football Playoff rankings release schedule

College Football Playoff rankings: Top 25

Here is the current College Football Playoff Top 25, the first CFP rankings of the season.

  1. Alabama: 8-0
  2. Clemson: 8-0
  3. LSU: 7-1
  4. Notre Dame: 8-0
  5. Michigan: 7-1
  6. Georgia: 7-1
  7. Oklahoma: 7-1
  8. Washington State: 7-1
  9. Kentucky: 7-1
  10. Ohio State: 7-1
  11. Florida: 6-2
  12. UCF: 7-0
  13. West Virginia: 6-1
  14. Penn State: 6-2
  15. Utah: 6-2
  16. Iowa: 6-2
  17. Texas: 6-2
  18. Mississippi State: 5-3
  19. Syracuse: 6-2
  20. Texas A&M: 5-3
  21. North Carolina State: 5-2
  22. Boston College: 6-2
  23. Fresno State: 7-1
  24. Iowa State: 4-3
  25. Virginia: 6-2

College Football Playoff rankings: Predictions

There are still be plenty of questions (and debates) about the CFP, even after some impressive wins by Alabama, Georgia and Michigan this week.

MORE: Analyzing the first CFP rankings

With Alabama routing No. 3 LSU, the Crimson Tide have an even more firm grip on the top spot. But No. 2 Clemson and No. 4 Notre Dame also stayed undefeated with Week 10 wins.

So which team will take LSU’s spot in the top four in the next CFP rankings? We think it’s Michigan — at least right now. Georgia also has a case after winning at No. 9 Kentucky, 34-17.

That said, here’s how we think the CFP semifinals and New Year’s Six Games will look at the end of the season:

  • Peach Bowl: Georgia vs. West Virginia
  • Fiesta Bowl: Kentucky vs. UCF
  • Rose Bowl: Ohio State vs. Washington State
  • Sugar Bowl: LSU vs. Oklahoma
  • Cotton Bowl (Semifinal): Alabama vs. Michigan
  • Orange Bowl (Semifinal): Clemson vs. Notre Dame

 

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