Oregon Ducks Stay No. 6, Oregon State up to No. 11 in latest CFP Rankings


The third installation of the College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night, and the Oregon Ducks stay at No. 6 for a third straight week.

Oregon State rose one spot to No. 11 following their blowout win over Stanford. Unlike the previous two weeks, the Beavers are not the highest-ranked two-loss team in the rankings, with 8-2 Missouri jumping five spots up to No. 9 in the rankings after a 36-7 domination of then-No. 13 Tennessee. Louisville (9-1) checks in at No. 10.

Georgia takes over the top spot at No. 1 in the rankings from Ohio State, who drops to No. 2. Michigan remains at No. 3 and Florida State stays at No. 4.

Washington (10-0) remains at No. 5 followed by the Ducks, whose lone loss is by three points to Washington in Seattle, at No. 6.

Texas (9-1) remains one spot ahead of Alabama (9-1) at No. 7 and No. 8 respectively. The Longhorns have a head-to-head win in Tuscaloosa earlier this season.

Arizona bolsters the Pac-12 strength of schedule by jumping four spots to No. 17 in the poll. Utah makes it five Pac-12 teams in the CFP at No. 23.

No. 11 Oregon State hosts No. 5 Washington on Saturday at Reser Stadium (4:30 p.m., ABC), while No. 6 Oregon visits Arizona State on Saturday in Tempe (1:00 p.m., FOX). The Beavers visit the Ducks the following week on Fri. Nov. 24th in the regular season finale (5:30 p.m., FOX).

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