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63 views • November 1, 2023

Ohio State Leads Initial Playoff Rankings

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Ohio State Leads Initial Playoff Rankings Ohio State, Georgia, Michigan, and Florida State are the top four teams in the committee’s initial college football playoff rankings. All four are undefeated, while the other undefeated, Power-5 team, Washington, sits right behind them in fifth. Now even though there’s only room for four teams, Washington really controls its own destiny, as Ohio State plays Michigan at the end of the month, meaning one of them has to lose. That could come sooner though—for both Michigan and Georgia—as both teams have benefited from less-than-difficult schedules, thus far. The Wolverines still have to play 11th-ranked Penn State, while the Bulldogs face three top-20 teams in a row—and that’s before a possible showdown against Alabama in the SEC title game. Las Vegas Raiders Fire Head Coach and GM And in the NFL, the Las Vegas Raiders have cleaned house, firing head coach Josh McDaniels, general manager Dave Ziegler, and even offensive coordinator Mick Lombardi. The moves came a day after the team lost to the LA Chargers on Monday Night Football, to put them at 3-5 on the season. NBA Schedule: La Rivalry Game The NBA has 13 games planned—including a battle of LA, as the Lakers play the Clippers, though the newly-acquired James Harden won't be suiting up. NHL Schedule: Colorado-St. Louis The NHL has 4 games on, featuring the 2022 champion Colorado Avalanche—who're off to a 6-2 start. They host the St. Louis Blues. World Series Game 5: Rangers Look to Clinch And finally, in baseball, it's Game 5 of the World Series—for the few who are actually tuning in, of course. While Game 1 was the least viewed Game 1 in recorded history, Games 2 and 3 were even worse. The two contests each drew just over 8 million viewers—the lowest for any World Series game, since viewer ratings were recorded, starting in 1969.
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