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The final full weekend of the College Football regular season has arrived, and that means that the College Football Playoff picture is coming into focus. Several of the top teams face tough challenges, and two of the top four teams will play one another is a Conference title game next weekend. That means every game among these elite teams matter, and you will want to stream them all even without cable. Let's go deep on the College Football Playoff picture, and get you setup to watch all the best games online.

College Football Playoff rankings — Top 10

Here are the current rankings for the College Football Playoff. Remember that the top four teams in the final rankings will make the playoffs. The final rankings will come after next weekend's Conference Championship games.

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Conference listed after record

  1. Ohio State (11-0) Big Ten
  2. LSU (11-0) SEC
  3. Clemson (11-0) ACC
  4. Georgia (10-1) SEC
  5. Alabama (10-1) SEC
  6. Utah (10-1) Pac-12
  7. Oklahoma (10-1) Big 12
  8. Minnesota (10-1) Big Ten
  9. Baylor (10-1) Big 12
  10. Penn State (9-2) Big Ten

To no one's surprise, it's been a strong year for SEC and Big Ten teams, with a combined six of the top ten teams. On the other side of the coin, the ACC and Pac-12 only have one team each on the list. The Big 12 needs a hail mary to get in, hoping for a couple of other teams to lose, and Oklahoma to sweep out Baylor in the Conference title game next weekend.

Get the big picture on watching all the College Football games without cable

All ten teams will be in action this Saturday, and you can stream all of the games. With ten games spread over five networks, you can watch potential playoff teams from noon to late at night. Here's a quick rundown of each game, and why they're important.

College Football Week 14 Schedule — Playoff Ranked Teams

Saturday, November 30

  • Noon, (1) Ohio State vs. (13) Michigan, FOX
  • Noon, (3) Clemson vs. South Carolina, ESPN
  • Noon, (4) Georgia vs. Georgia Tech, ABC
  • 7 p.m., Texas A&M vs. (2) LSU, ESPN

If any game has the potential to shake up the College Football Playoff rankings this weekend, it is Ohio State vs. Michigan. Ohio State is a deserving top-ranked team, with an undefeated record and wins against three ranked teams in 2019. However Michigan is 9-2 with a four-game winning streak and coach Jim Harbaugh has excelled in the role of spoiler, after early struggles put the playoffs out of reach for the Wolverines.

LSU plays against a Texas A&M team that appears capable on paper, with a 7-4 record. However Texas A&M has had four other games this year against top-ten ranked teams and they were swept in them, losing to Clemson, Auburn, Alabama and Georgia.

Both Clemson and Georgia should cruise to wins, as they both face teams that have struggled in 2019. Clemson's opponent, South Carolina, is 4-7 on the season, and Georgia's rival team Georgia Tech is 3-8.

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If any of these four teams stumble, here are the games that feature the teams ready to pounce if a spot opens up.

  • 3:30 p.m., (5) Alabama vs. (15) Auburn, CBS
  • 3:30 p.m., (12) Wisconsin vs. (8) Minnesota, ABC
  • 3:30 p.m., (9) Baylor vs. Kansas, ESPN
  • 3:30 p.m., Rutgers vs. (10) Penn State, BTN
  • 7:30 p.m., Colorado vs. (6) Utah, ABC
  • 8 p.m., (7) Oklahoma vs. (21) Oklahoma State, FOX

This will be the last chance for two of these teams to impress the College Football Playoff committee. Both Alabama and Penn State failed to earn a spot in their Conference Championships, which are played next weekend. Alabama plays a quality team in Auburn, and given their past success and injury situations, a win this Saturday might be all they need. Meanwhile Penn State is a long shot even with a blowout win this weekend against a poor Rutgers team.

Minnesota and Wisconsin are playing in a game-of-the-weekend contender, and there is more on the line than just the chance for the Golden Gophers to shift up in the rankings. The winner of this game will face Ohio State next week in the Big Ten Conference Championship game.

Oklahoma and Baylor are rivals who will be rooting for each other this weekend. These two teams are already locked in to play next week in the Big 12 Championship. The best chance either has to jump enough spots to make the playoffs starts with both of them earning wins on Saturday. Utah is in a similar situation, having secured their spot in the Pac-12 Championship next week against Oregon.

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The Conference Championships next weekend will most likely open up at least one spot for this group of teams. Next Saturday in the SEC Championship, second-ranked LSU will play against fourth-ranked Georgia. The winner is nearly certain to be in the playoff. If Georgia loses, it is very likely another team can slide in. If LSU loses, they could still advance but things could get chaotic.

Conference Championship Weekend — Playoff Ranked Teams

Friday, December 6

  • 8 p.m., Pac-12 Championship, Oregon vs. (6) Utah or USC, ABC

Saturday, December 7

  • Noon, Big 12 Championship, (9) Baylor vs. (7) Oklahoma, ABC
  • 4 p.m., SEC Championship, (4) Georgia vs. (2) LSU, CBS
  • 7:30 p.m., ACC Championship, (3) Clemson vs. Virginia or Virginia Tech, ABC
  • 8 p.m., Big Ten Championship, (1) Ohio State vs. (8) Minnesota or (12) Wisconsin, FOX

Now is the time for you to get in the game, so you can be ready to watch all of these top teams even if you've cut the cord. As a bonus, you can take these games wherever you go, so a busy Saturday doesn't need to keep you away from all the action. Best of all, since you can stream on all of your devices, you can watch one game on your TV, another on your tablet, and a third on your smartphone for an ultimate multiview experience.

How to stream the College Football Playoff ranked teams - Week 14

Hulu with Live TV

  • The cost: $45 a month after a one week free trial
  • Watch Hulu on: Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, web browsers
  • Local channels on Hulu: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and others. Find your local channels here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Hulu: Yes, you can see if all with ABC, CBS, Fox, ESPN and Big Ten Network.

More on Hulu with Live TV:

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Hulu with Live TV

All the top college football games.

Hulu doesn't just have a huge back catalog of shows — it also has live TV. And that includes your local channels as well as ESPN and Big Ten Network to see all ten Playoff ranked teams in action.

Sling TV Orange + Blue

  • The cost: $40 a month after your first month for $25
  • Local channels on Sling TV: NBC and Fox on Sling Blue. Local on demand feeds on Sling Orange. Find your local channels here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Sling TV: Some, because Sling has ESPN and Fox to give you half of the big games this Saturday.

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Sling Orange + Blue

Get some of the games and save.

Sling remains one of the more economical of the major streaming services. Orange + Blue gets you half the biggest games on ESPN and Fox.

Fubo TV

  • The cost: $55 a month after a one week trial
  • Watch Fubo TV on: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, iOS, Android and web browsers
  • Local channels on Fubo TV: CBS, Fox, NBC and CW. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on Fubo TV: Some, because Fubo has Fox, CBS and Big Ten Network to give you a few of the big games this Saturday.

More on Fubo TV:

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Fubo TV

Fubo loves sports fans, and has some of the biggest college games this weekend.

Fubo is a live TV streaming service that has its roots in sports. The lack of ESPN keeps it from full coverage, but Fubo can still stream a bunch of the biggest games for you.

AT&T TV Now: Max Plan

  • The cost: $80 a month after a free trial
  • Local channels on AT&T TV Now: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on AT&T TV Now: Total coverage, including ABC, Fox, ESPN, CBS and Big Ten Network too.

Go Long with Max Plan

AT&T TV Now

Spend a little more to get every big game this Saturday.

AT&T TV Now has probably the deepest channel lineup. The Max Plan delivers all the channels you need to watch every one of the top ten ranked College Playoff contenders this weekend.

YouTube TV

  • The cost: $50 a month after a free trial
  • Local channels on YouTube TV: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and more. Find your locals here.
  • College Football Playoff top-ranked teams this weekend on YouTube TV: Total coverage with all the networks you need to see these big games with Playoff implications.

More on YouTube TV:

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YouTube TV

It's easy, and it has loads of football channels.

YouTube TV is one of the more simple streaming services, with a single plan, a ton of channels — including all you need to see the biggest games and best teams this weekend.

How to watch College Football Playoff contenders even if you're outside the United States

It's one of the biggest weekends on the college football calendar and you don't want to miss out no matter where you are. If you're traveling outside of the United States for the holiday, but still want to watch all of these college football games you could get tackled by region blocking. Streaming these games can flip from an easy score to a major penalty because streaming services will often block their feeds if you're not in America.

There is a way to get things working again by using a VPN. That stands for "Virtual Private Network," and it'll send your internet through a specific set of servers. It zaps your internet traffic back into the United States even while you're abroad. That means you can head off to the islands, while your internet stays in the heartland.

Want to get a good VPN? It's easy with a subscription services that, for a few bucks a month, tunnels your traffic through different locations. It can also give you security and peace of mind on open WiFi connections. Give one a try to see if it works for you, and then put it to good use. Even enjoy your football from a half a world away.

VPN for college football playoff contenders

ExpressVPN

Take your college football action everywhere

ExpressVPN has all the things you want from a VPN. It's got multiple pricing plans. It's got servers in 94 countries. And it has apps for all the platforms, which makes setup a breeze.

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