This is Where Alabama is in College Football Playoff Rankings Headed into Iron Bowl

Heading into the Iron Bowl, Alabama holds its position in the College Football Playoff Rankings.
There’s only one weekend left in the regular season, and it seems like Alabama will require assistance from other teams across the country to improve their position in the CFP rankings.

   The Alabama Crimson Tide represents the University of Alabama in college athletics.
Alabama’s football team has been making consistent improvements each week and has an impressive nine-game winning streak as they prepare for the Iron Bowl.
The Crimson Tide, with a record of 10-1 (7-0 SEC), has consistently been ranked as the third-best team with only one loss at No. Number 8 is behind. Oregon and number 6. The College Football Playoff committee has ranked Texas, Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, Washington, and Florida State in the top 5.

   Alabama is still at the top of the CFP poll as they head into the final weekend of the regular season. None of the teams ahead of them lost this past weekend, so there has been no change among the top-8 teams. For the fourth consecutive week. The only change was that Washington and Florida State swapped positions, with Washington moving to fourth and Florida State dropping to fifth.

   In addition, Alabama claimed the eighth spot in both the AP and Coaches poll rankings.
The Crimson Tide has three wins over teams ranked in the committee’s top-25 (No. 12 Ole Miss, known as the Rebels, is currently ranked as the No. 12 team in the nation. 14 LSU and number 1. The team from Tennessee has only lost one game, which was against No. 21. In Week 2, Texas was back.

   Ohio State and Michigan are set to face each other this weekend. Texas and Washington will face unranked opponents, whereas Oregon will be hosting No.
Week 13 College Football Playoff Rankings 

1. Georgia (11-0)

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2. Ohio State (11-0)

3. Michigan (11-0)

4. Washington (11-0)

5. Florida State (11-0)

6. Oregon (10-1)

7. Texas (10-1)

8. Alabama (10-1)

9. Missouri (9-2)

10. Louisville (10-1)

11. Penn State (9-2)

12. Ole Miss (9-2)

13. Oklahoma (9-2)

14. LSU (8-3)

15. Arizona (8-3)

16. Oregon State (8-3)

17. Iowa (9-2)

18. Notre Dame (8-3)

19. Kansas State (8-3)

20. Oklahoma State (8-3)

21. Tennessee (7-4)

22. North Carolina State (8-3)

23. Tulane (10-1)

24. Clemson (7-4)

25. Liberty (11-0)

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