Boise State Football makes appearance in College Football Playoff rankings

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The College Football Playoff rankings are really the only rankings that fans and teams across the country need to pay attention to. The highest-ranked Non-Power 5 Conference champion takes the lone spot for Non-Power 5 teams in a big-time bowl.

Tuesday evening, the College Football rankings came out, and the Broncos have found themselves at No.25 after a thrilling victory against the Colorado State Rams, 59-52 in OT.

Boise State is the third-ranked Non-Power 5 school in the rankings. No. 15 Central Florida and No. 21 all have the edge on the Broncos.

Here are the rankings.

College Football Playoff Rankings – 11.14.17

1. Alabama (10-0)
2. Clemson (9-1)
3. Miami (9-0)
4. Oklahoma (9-1)
5. Wisconsin (10-0)
6. Auburn (8-2)
7. Georgia (9-1)
8. Notre Dame (8-2)
9. Ohio State (8-2)
10. Penn State (8-2)
11. USC (9-2)
12. TCU (8-2)
13. Oklahoma State (8-2)
14. Washington State (9-2)
15. UCF (9-0)
16. Mississippi State (7-3)
17. Michigan State (7-3)
18. Washington (8-2)
19. NC State (7-3)
20. LSU (7-3)
21. Memphis (8-1)
22. Stanford (7-3)
23. Northwestern (7-3)
24. Michigan (8-2)
25. Boise State (8-2)

Boise State is 8-2 on the season with a perfect conference record. The Broncos face triple option monster Air Force this Saturday, November 18th at 8:15PM MST on ESPN2.

What do you think of the rankings? Should Boise State be higher or not ranked at all?


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