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College Football playoff rankings decisions facing committee

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Ohio State vs LSU College Football Playoff

Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football, where rescue crews are headed to the Auburn hedges to pull out the celebrating fans who were swallowed by the foliage:

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It’s down to crunch time for the College Football Playoff selection committee. The penultimate rankings come out Tuesday night, and then the final rankings Sunday, and then their work is done for 2019. But as usual, it’s not easy. The Dash looks at their three hardest calls:

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The first big decision: Who is No. 1? There are two candidates, and you can make a strong case for either.

Ohio State (11) is currently on top. There are no weaknesses in the Buckeyes’ résumé, which is an unbroken string of double-digit victories from late August through late November. They’ve played four currently ranked teams—Cincinnati, Wisconsin, Penn State and Michigan—and beaten them by a combined 113 points. Ohio State (12-0) got the “complete team” stamp of approval from the College Football Playoff selection committee last week, a nod to being ranked in the top-five nationally in both total offense and total defense. Adding a demolition of Michigan to the body of work should only strengthen the hold on the top spot.

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