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ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “Coastal Carolina jumps in College Football Playoff rankings (7 through 25) | ESPN College Football” – below is their description.
Watch as the College Football Playoff rankings are revealed, from No. 25 through No. 7. On the list are Missouri, Tulsa, NC State, Oklahoma State, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, BYU, North Carolina, Iowa, USC, Northwestern, Coastal Carolina, Indiana, Oklahoma, Miami, Georgia, Cincinnati and Iowa State.
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