After falling 38-20 to Florida, the Georgia Bulldogs have dropped to 20th in the College Football Playoff rankings that were released tonight by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee.
Georgia was ranked 11th last week and had a shot to make the first-ever playoff by running the table. With the loss to Florida, the Dawgs will still have to win out and also hope that Missouri loses one game in order to have any chance.
Mississippi State tops the rankings and is followed by Florida State, Auburn, and Oregon.
Alabama is ranked 6th, Ole Miss dropped to 11th, and LSU is ranked 16th.
College Football Playoff Rankings (Nov. 4)
1. Mississippi State
2. Florida State
7. Kansas State
8. Michigan State
9. Arizona State
10. Notre Dame
11. Ole Miss
14. Ohio State
23. West Virginia
24. Georgia Tech
The College Football Playoff Selection Committee will release their Top 25 rankings each week on Tuesday through Dec. 2.
On Sunday, Dec. 7 at 12:45pm ET on ESPN, the College Football Playoff Selection Committee will announce the Playoff Semifinal pairings and semifinal bowl assignments. At 2:45pm ET, the committee will announce the Cotton, Fiesta and Peach Bowl pairings, as well as the final top 25 rankings. They will also announce the pairing for the Orange Bowl.