What will the Ohio State football ranking be in CFP poll? – The Columbus Dispatch

  • October 31, 2022

The first College Football Playoff rankings will be released Tuesday night, but ESPN’s “College GameDay” had a head start on the discussion of who will open as the No. 1 team in the country.
Turning to ESPN analyst and former Ohio State quarterback Kirk Herbstreit first, each of the analysts laughed, knowing which team was on the top of his list.
“I think we’ll have a better answer about Ohio State after today,” Herbstreit said. “Yeah, I think Ohio State is the most complete team.”
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Former Indianapolis Colts punter and ESPN ‘College GameDay’ analyst Pat McAfee’s attention was focused on Jim Knowles and Ohio State’s defense, looking at a unit he’s seen make a dramatic turnaround.
“For me, right now, at this point in the season, Ohio State is the most complete team,” McAfee said. “But all hell could break loose one week from now.
ESPN “College GameDay” host Rece Davis also picked Ohio State for one simple reason.
“I am picking Ohio State because I think they would beat Tennessee,” Davis said.
Former Michigan wide receiver, Heisman Trophy winner and ESPN analyst Desmond Howard said he had “absolutely no difficulty” in his pick, selecting Tennessee as his No. 1 team.
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“They have the highest quality win I’ve seen,” Howard said. “We watched them play Florida and we watched them go toe-to-toe with the king of the hill Alabama. It was the highest quality win. To me, it’s a no-brainer: Tennessee is the No. 1 team in the country.
“You don’t need to have a complete team. I need you to get the ‘W.'”
Former Georgia linebacker and ESPN analyst David Pollack picked the Bulldogs because they have potential on both sides of the ball.

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