College Football Playoff field revealed
After all, there won't be a Michigan-Ohio State rematch to kick off the College Football Playoff.
Despite losing to Kansas State in overtime in the Big 12 championship game on Saturday, TCU, which was unranked at the beginning of the season, maintained its ranking at No. 3.
it was announced Sunday afternoon as the four team playoff pairings were chosen.
A thrilling semifinal between No. 1 Georgia and No. 4 Ohio State will take place in the Peach Bowl, while No. 2 Michigan will play TCU in the Fiesta Bowl.
Two of Ryan Day's squad's most potent offensive players, wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba and running back TreVeyon Henderson, could return.
The Wolverines recently destroyed the Buckeyes, 45-23, in Columbus last Saturday.
In the final rankings, Alabama finished fifth, followed by Tennessee at No. 6.
On December 31st, the two semifinal matches will take place.
The national championship game will take place on January 9 between the winners.
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