Ohio State's star QB finally gets a chance at a high-profile, signature moment with games against Penn State and Michigan up next.
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Here's what the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games would look like based on Tuesday's rankings.
- LSU atop CFP again; Alabama stays at No. 5
- LB Divinity returns to LSU, practices with team
- LSU atop CFP; Georgia beats out Bama for No. 4
- Orgeron: Locker room speech 'a fiery moment'
The rest of the top four remains the same as last week: No. 2 Ohio State, No. 3 Clemson and No. 4 Georgia.
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How the Allstate Playoff Predictor sees the rankings. These are based on how the average CFP committee would rank them: Rk (Pct top 4) 1. Ohio State (99) 2. LSU (98) 3. Clemson (96) 4. Georgia (66) 5. Alabama (18) 6. Penn State (19) 7. Oregon (4) 8. Florida (<1) 9. Oklahoma (<1) 10. Utah (<1)
Two weeks after leaving the team for personal reasons, LSU linebacker Michael Divinity returned to practice with the Tigers Monday.
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