Who's your Top Ten? 2019 CFB

Ale Xander

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1. Bama
2. LSU
3. Clemson
4. tOSU
5. Wisconsin
6. Dirt Burglars (OU)
7. PSU
8. Florida
9. Auburn
10. Oregon
 

Ale Xander

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1. Louisiana State
2. the Ohio State



3. Clemson State



4. Oregon
5. Georgia
6. Alabama
7. Florida
8. Utah
9. Minnesota
10. Oklahoma
 

BigMike

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1) LSu
2) OSU
3) Clemson

The remaining undefeated (don't believe any will finish unbeaten, but any p5 unbeaten gets a title shot in my book unless there are 5)
4) Minnesota
5) Baylor

Ranking the major 1 loss teams by the quality of that one loss
6) Bama
7) PSU
8) Oregon
9) Utah
10) Oklahoma
11) Georgia

Had to fix mistake in undefeateds. Honestly I like UGA better than this, but that South Carolina loss is absolutely ugly.
 
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Cellar-Door

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1) LSu
2) OSU
3) Clemson

The remaining undefeated (don't believe any will finish unbeaten, but any p5 unbeaten gets a title shot in my book unless there are 5)
4) Minnesota
5) Utah
6) Baylor

Ranking the major 1 loss teams by the quality of that one loss
7) Bama
8) PSU
9) Oregon
10) Oklahoma
11) Georgia
Utah is definitely not undefeated btw, lost to USC in September
 

PaulinMyrBch

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I would guess most ranking thoughts fall into one of three categories, or a combo of them.
1. Resume - best win or wins
2. Worst game/loss - who has the ugly loss.
3 Eye test - how are they winning the games they are winning.

I'd like to think mine is a combo of the above, but I'm not even sure with my Clemson ties and observation bias (as I haven't seen all these teams play) that I can do this objectively. But I think the team above beats the team one notch below on a neutral field right now. Not in January, but today.

1. LSU
2. Clemson
3. OSU
4. Alabama
5. Georgia
6. Oregon
7. Oklahoma
8. Minnesota
9. Penn State
10. Florida

In regards to the committee, its going to be interesting to see how they rank Bama and Georgia this week. Georgia has better wins, which they referenced last week in their explanation of the South Carolina loss and Georgia's ranking. Now Bama has the best loss, but no good wins, so will they even need good wins to offset a good loss? I bet the committee ranks Bama ahead of Georgia.