Heading into the final College Football Playoff rankings, all signs point to Ohio State being in the running for a national championship.
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Friday night, No. 11 Utah upset No. 4 USC in the Pac-12 championship game 47-24, paving the way for the Buckeyes to be one of the four teams in the College Football Playoff along with Georgia, Michigan and TCU.
But the No. 3 Horned Frogs' loss to No. 10 Kansas State in the Big 12 championship game Saturday 31-28 in overtime opened up discussion of where Ohio State would be ranked in the top four, and whether that would mean a rematch with the Wolverines in the playoff semifinal at the Fiesta Bowl.
Here's what to know about when the final College Football Playoff rankings will be revealed.
When is the College Football Playoff selection show?
The final College Football Playoff rankings will be unveiled at noon Sunday.
What channel is the College Football Playoff selection show on?
The College Football Playoff rankings will be released on ESPN.
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Is the College Football Playoff selection show streaming?
Yes. The selection show will stream on any platform that offers ESPN, such as Hulu LIve and YouTube TV. The show will also be shown on the Watch ESPN app.
How many times has Ohio State made the College Football Playoff?
Ohio State has made the College Football Playoff four times since its inception in 2014. The Buckeyes have advanced to the national championship game twice, beating Oregon for a national time in 2014, and losing to Alabama in the 2020 national championship game.
Where does Ohio State currently sit in the College Football Playoff rankings?
After failing to make the Big Ten championship game, Ohio State comes into the final College Football Playoff rankings as the No. 5 team behind No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Michigan, No. 3 TCU, which lost to Kansas State, and No. 4 USC, which lost to Utah.
Ohio State football's 2022 schedule
Sept. 3: Ohio State 21, Notre Dame 10
Sept. 10: Ohio State 45, Arkansas State 12
Sept. 17: Ohio State 77, Toledo 21
Sept. 24: Ohio State 52, Wisconsin 21
Oct. 1: Ohio State 49, Rutgers 10
Oct. 8: Ohio State 49, Michigan State 20
Oct. 22: Ohio State 54, Iowa 10
Oct. 29: Ohio State 44, Penn State 31
Nov. 5: Ohio State 21, Northwestern 7
Nov. 12: Ohio State 56, Indiana 14
Nov. 19: Ohio State 43, Maryland 30
Nov. 26: Michigan 45, Ohio State 23
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