When Will The College Football Playoff Rankings Be Released?

The college football season is in full swing and it is time to start making the push to the College Football Playoff. On Tuesday, October 30 we will get our first look at how college football’s final four could shape up when the College Football Playoff selection committee announces its first playoff rankings of the season. The rankings will be unveiled live on ESPN during a College Football Playoff: Top 25 special for the fifth consecutive season.
Rece Davis will host the show, joined by Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Paul Finebaum, and Chris Fowler.
Immediately following the rankings, there will be an interview with College Football Playoff committee chair Rob Mullens, reactions from coaches across the country, and instant analysis from the show’s panel.
Rankings for the remainder of the season will be released every Tuesday through November 27.
All of the information you need to catch the College Football Playoff rankings can be seen below.


College Football Playoff Rankings TV & Viewing Info

Date: Tuesday, October 30
Start Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: WatchESPN


College Football Playoff Selection Committee

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via College Football Playoff

Member Position Conference affiliation Recusals
Joe Castiglione Oklahoma athletic director Big 12 Oklahoma, Missouri
Christopher B. Howard Robert Morris University President; former Air Force RB N/A None
Jeff Bower Former Southern Miss HC N/A Southern Miss
Herb Deromedi Former Central Michigan HC N/A Central Michigan
Ronnie Lott Former Southern California DB N/A USC
Bobby Johnson Former Vanderbilt head coach; Ex-Clemson player N/A None
Scott Stricklin Florida athletic director SEC Florida
Rob Mullens (chairman) Oregon athletic director Pac-12 Oregon
Todd Stansbury Georgia Tech athletic director ACC Georgia Tech
Frank Beamer Former Virginia Tech HC N/A Oklahoma, Virginia Tech[c]
Paola Boivin Former The Arizona Republic reporter N/A None
Ken Hatfield Former Rice, Air Force, Arkansas & Clemson HC N/A Rice, Air Force, Arkansas, Clemson
Gene Smith Ohio State athletic director Big Ten Ohio State


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