It’s just about time to set the College Football Playoff field!

On Sunday, the four teams who are in will be announced, along with the New Year’s Six Bowl Games, during a Selection Sunday special on ESPN. But between now and then, conference championships must be decided.

It is hard to imagine a year when the results of the conference championships could potentially shift the final four as much as this one. Notre Dame and Clemson will face off in the ACC with both teams likely still in the top four at kickoff. In the SEC, Alabama will face Florida, a likely top-10 battle with a one-loss Texas A&M team lurking just outside the CFP field entering the regular-season finales.

In the B1G, Ohio State and Northwestern will face off with many expecting the Buckeyes to be in with a win. Meanwhile, the Wildcats are looking to shock the world with an upset and B1G title after finishing 3-9 in 2019.

With just a few days separating us from the conference championship games, here is how the CFP top 25 looked on Tuesday:

  • No. 1 – Alabama
  • No. 2 – Notre Dame
  • No. 3 – Clemson
  • No. 4 – Ohio State
  • No. 5 – Texas A&M
  • No. 6 – Iowa State
  • No. 7 – Florida
  • No. 8 – Georgia
  • No. 9 – Cincinnati
  • No. 10 – Oklahoma
  • No. 11 – Indiana
  • No. 12 – Coastal Carolina
  • No. 13 – USC
  • No. 14 – Northwestern
  • No. 15 – North Carolina
  • No. 16 – Iowa
  • No. 17 – BYU
  • No. 18 – Miami
  • No. 19 – Louisiana
  • No. 20 – Texas
  • No. 21 – Oklahoma State
  • No. 22 – NC State
  • No. 23 – Tulsa
  • No. 24 – San Jose State
  • No. 25 – Colorado