The dates for the 2019 College Football Playoff selection committee’s rankings were announced Thursday, which culminate in the four-team playoff field being announced on Sunday, December 8.
The College Football Playoff Semifinals – the Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl this year – are on Saturday, December 28 and the national championship game is Monday, January 13.
The 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship will be held in New Orleans.
The first College Football Playoff rankings for the 2019 season will be announced on Tuesday, November 5 and they’ll be announced each of the next four Tuesdays: November 12, November 19, November 26 and December 3.
Alabama will try to make its sixth consecutive College Football Playoff appearance. The Crimson Tide’s five playoff berths are the most nationally – one more than defending national champion Clemson, two more than Oklahoma and three more than Ohio State.
Notre Dame, Michigan State, Georgia, Florida State, Washington and Oregon have each made the playoff once.
Here’s the complete list of schools that have spent the most weeks ranked in the College Football Playoff rankings, which has a three-way tie atop the list with Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State appearing in the CFP rankings in 31 weeks.