Tennessee vs. Georgia Nov 5, 2022; Athens, Georgia, USA; The Georgia Bulldogs defense gang tackles Tennessee Volunteers running back Jaylen Wright (20) during the first half at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The latest College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night, and even though there were no changes in the top five positions, fans still found plenty to debate.

Undefeated Georgia remains atop the list, followed by three more unbeaten teams: Ohio State, TCU, and Michigan.

LSU moves up one spot to sixth, thanks to Oregon’s upset loss to Washington. USC, Alabama, and Clemson all moved up one spot in the rankings. Utah took the No. 10 spot.

Here’s the full top 25 rundown:

College football fans looked at these rankings, with no change at the top, and still decided the CFP committee got things wrong. Tennessee’s No. 5 ranking in particular seemed to be a topic of disagreement, with some fans saying it’s too high, others not high enough.

“The CFP rankings are based on numbers and stats,” tweeted Gage Myers. “Tennessee has 2 wins over top 8 teams — the only other team that has even one in the top 4 is Georgia.”

“I forgot LSU was at home when Tennessee kicked their teeth in,” tweeted one fan.

“How do you put Alabama above Clemson but not put Tennessee above TCU,”  tweeted another fan.




Finally, one fan summed up the hyped-up reactions of some fans to the latest ranking.

“Some of you should be in prison for how much you care about the third CFP rankings,” he tweeted.

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