The UCF Knights jumped two spots in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, ahead of both Ohio State and Florida, and behind only five other teams with at least one loss:
Here’s the full #CFBPlayoff Top 2️⃣5️⃣ rankings for games played through November 17.— College Football Playoff (@CFBPlayoff) November 21, 2018
Is your team in? pic.twitter.com/jNfU4D9KWY
It’s the highest ranking ever for UCF, six spots ahead of last year at this same time, and is also the highest ranking for a non-power conference team in the CFP’s relatively short history.
An impressive showing on national television in prime time on Saturday against Cincinnati no doubt had at least some effect on the voters.
We have cracked the @CFBPlayoff Top-10 pic.twitter.com/JiKRMa5YTN— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) November 21, 2018
ESPN starting to discuss scenarios where UCF could make it into the #CFBPlayoff — KNIGHTMARE (@UKNIGHTMARE) November 21, 2018
IT’S HAPPENING❗️❗️ pic.twitter.com/lIhb23B4vA
THE SLEEPING GIANT IS SO WOKE IT AIN’T EVEN FUNNY #CHARGEON— Eric DeSalvo (@EricDeSalvo) November 21, 2018
And this was earlier:
"The combination of seeing McKenzie Milton and that offense, along with Ohio State's defensive woes and Oklahoma's defensive woes, I'd have no problem with @UCF_Football moving up past Ohio State, and up past Oklahoma." @KirkHerbstreit on with me earlier— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) November 20, 2018
That must’ve gone over well with Paul.