The college football playoff rankings, with the Big Ten champ looking strong

The College Football Playoff (CFB) will host the final two weeks of the season at the Rose Bowl on February 6 and will determine the conference champions, with Fresno State the No. 1 seed and Ohio State, Alabama and Texas A&M all looking strong heading into the second half.

Here are the latest college football power rankings.

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Fresno State – No. 2 in ESPN/USA Today (No. 1 nationally) 2.

Alabama – No 3 in ESPN.com (No 4 nationally) 3.

Texas A.&M – No 4 in ESPN (No 5 nationally) 4.

Ohio State – 4th in ESPN2 (No 6 nationally) 5.

Texas – 3rd in ESPN1 (No 7 nationally) 6.

AlabamaA&M- No. 6 in ESPN’s Power Poll (No 8 nationally) 7.

Ohio – No 8 in ESPN3 (No 9 nationally) 8.

Georgia Tech – No 9 in ESPN4 (No 10 nationally) 9.

LSU – No 10 in ESPN5 (No 11 nationally) 10.

Nebraska – No 11 in ESPN6 (No 12 national) 11.

Stanford – No 12 in ESPN7 (No 13 national) 12.

Boise State – 12th in CBSSports.com.com’s Power Rankings (No 14 national) 13.

Florida State – 15th in USA Today’s Power Ranking (No 15 nationally) 14.

Oklahoma State – 16th in FOXSports.org’s Power Rank (No 16 nationally) 15.

OhioState – 16/19 in USA’s Power Ratings (No 17 nationally) 16.

Georgia – 17th in Fox Sports’ Power Rankings 17.

LSU 17/20 in USA.com Power Rankings 18.

Wisconsin – 19th in AP Top 25 19.

TCU – 20th in Big 12 Power Rankings 20.

Kansas State – 21st in USA News’ Power Ranking 22.

USC – 22nd in USA TODAY’s Power Index 23.

Florida – 23rd in USA Weekly’s PowerRank 24.

Ohio 27/28 in USA Power Rankings 25.

LSU 24/25 in USA Football Power Rankings 26.

Alabama 26/27 in USA/CBS Sports Power Rankings 27.

Texas Tech 23/24 in USA Sports PowerRank 28.

Wisconsin 24/26 in USA Top 25 29.

Baylor – 25th in Associated Press Top 25 30.

Georgia Southern 24/27, Texas Tech 24/28, UCF 25/26, Oklahoma 26/28 31.

Oregon State 25/28 32.

Arizona State 25, UC-Davis 26, Baylor 26, Arizona 27/29 33.

West Virginia 24/29, Boise State 24, Utah State 24/30 34.

USC 24/31, Arizona State 24 35.

South Florida 24/33, Washington State 25 36.

South Carolina 24/35, Tennessee 24 37.

Iowa State 23/37, Texas 29 38.

Michigan State 23, Purdue 24/38 39.

Florida Atlantic 23, Georgia 24/39 40.

Colorado 24/40 41.

Florida International 23, LSU 24 42.

Georgia 28/42, Virginia Tech 24 43.

Vanderbilt 23, North Carolina 25 44.

North Carolina State 23 44/45, Oregon 24 45.

Iowa 28, Colorado 25 46.

Boise 14, North Texas 15 47.

Miami (FL) 25, Arizona 15 48.

Fresno 20, Colorado State 22 49.

Kansas 20, Washington 21 50.

Oregon 12, North Florida 14 51.

Georgia State 23 48/49, Texas 20 52.

San Jose State 17, Washington 22 53.

Washington State 22, Georgia 25 54.

South Alabama 23, Alabama State 22 55.

Oregon 23, Colorado 19 56.

South Dakota State 20, Iowa State 21 57.

San Diego State 23 51, Colorado 23 58.

California 21, California 20 59.

Washington 20, North Alabama 19 60.

UC-Irvine 18, San Diego 19 61.

Central Florida 16, Texas State 17 62.

Oregon 27, Washington 26 63.

Iowa 27, Arizona 20 64.

Fresno 15, South Dakota 15 65.

Boise 15, San Jose 12 66.

Colorado State 20 51, Nevada 21 67.

South Texas 20, Oregon State 21 68.

Utah 20, Arizona 21 69.

San Francisco State 17 53, Washington 18 70.

Arizona 20, Nevada 23 71.

Washington 21, Fresno State 24 72.

Arizona 19, Washington 27 73.

Nevada 20, Idaho 21 74.

Boise 10, Colorado 21 75.

San Carlos State 15, Idaho State 22 76.

Washington 10, Fresno 22 77.

San Luis Obispo 11, Washington 29 78.

Utah State 13, San Francisco 23 79.

Utah 14, Colorado 24 80.

Washington 16, Utah 22 81.

Boise 12, Washington 23 82.

San Bernardino State 11, San Luis 20 83.

Arizona 11, Boise 21 84.

San Antonio State 12, Boise 22 85.

Southern California 10, Idaho 10 86.

Fresno 14, Utah 12 87.

Boise 17, San