Whether you thought UCF should move up after their hard fought win last Thursday night over Temple or move down, because it wasn’t impressive enough, the College Football Playoff committee decided to leave them in the exact same spot for week two of their rankings.
Tonight, once again, the Knights came in at 12 in the rankings revealed on Tuesday evening.
The committee did move the Florida Gators behind UCF after their latest lost Saturday at home to Missouri was their third overall. However, even though they lost to Georgia on Saturday, two-loss Kentucky remained in front of the Knights at the 11 spot.ucf
LSU dropped from 3 to 7 after Alabama blew them out Saturday night in Baton Rouge.
And that meant everybody moved up from 7 to 3 after that.
It slotted with Oklahoma at six, Georgia is five, Michigan slides in to the four spot after their impressive win over Penn State, Notre Dame is now 3 replacing LSU, after their win over Northwestern. And Alabama and Clemson hold on to the two top spots as two of the four unbeaten teams remaining.
For the Knights, they have to continue to win and then, hope the committee looks at a victory over Cincinnati and a potential American Conference Championship game win over Houston, as enough to put an unbeaten UCF team into the mix.
We had the first installment of our F.F.I. looking at the weekend schedule earlier Tuesday and who UCF fans should be rooting against. Needless to say the more teams that take a second loss is very important.
The theme continues in Orlando, when all your games and hope multiple teams that were in front of you lose for a second time to open the door for the nights to get into the coveted for spot
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