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The Wisconsin Badgers were slotted at No. 4 in the fifth College Football Playoff rankings released tonight. The ranking means that a win on Saturday over Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game should give them a berth in the four-team bracket and a chance for a national title.

In the new College Football Playoff rankings, Clemson assumed the No. 1 spot and was followed by Auburn, Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Alabama.

Rounding out the top 10 are Miami (Fla.), Ohio State, Penn State and Southern California.

Wisconsin (12-0, 9-0 Big Ten) will play for the 2017 Big Ten championship against the Ohio State Buckeyes (10-2, 8-1 Big Ten) at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday night. Kickoff is at 7 p.m., Madison time.

The complete most-recent College Football Playoff rankings are listed below:

1. Clemson (11-1)
2. Auburn (10-2)
3. Oklahoma (11-1)
4. Wisconsin (12-0)
5. Alabama (11-1)
6. Georgia (11-1)
7. Miami (Fla.) (10-1)
8. Ohio State (10-2)
9. Penn State (10-2)
10. Southern California (10-2)
11. TCU (10-2)
12. Stanford (9-3)
13. Washington (10-2)
14. Central Florida (11-0)
15. Notre Dame (9-3)
16. Michigan State (9-3)
17. LSU (9-3)
18. Washington State (9-3)
19. Oklahoma State (9-3)
20. Memphis (10-1)
21. Northwestern (9-3)
22. Virginia Tech (9-3)
23. Mississippi State (8-4)
24. North Carolina State (8-4)
25. Fresno State (9-3)

Written by Madison365 staff

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