Tomorrow’s Top 25 Today: Oklahoma, Clemson to battle for No. 1 in new rankings

The AP Top 25 and College Football Playoff picture is more complex than ever after seeing both Alabama and Miami go down on the final week of the regular season. Both teams, previously undefeated heading into the weekend, have a path to the College Football Playoff but only one, Miami, will get a chance to strengthen its resume with a conference championship game appearance. 

The Crimson Tide and Hurricanes are set for a drop in the newest college football rankings, opening up a spot for Oklahoma to reach No. 1 in the AP Top 25. If the AP voters do end up keeping OU ahead of Clemson, it will be the first time that Oklahoma has been ranked No. 1 in the month of November since 2003. 

That season ended with a loss to Nick Saban’s LSU team in the BCS Championship Game. 

Alabama and Miami aren’t likely to fall too far in the rankings considering its only their first losses of the season and there’s only four other one-loss teams in the country. Wisconsin could have an argument for the No. 1 spot as the last undefeated Power Five team in the country, but given the distance between the Badgers and Sooners last week, it’s hard to imagine a big jump for Wisconsin after beating Minnesota


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