College football rankings: Preseason top 25 for the 2023 season

Georgia left no doubt when it clobbered TCU to win the College Football Playoff national title, delivering consecutive CFP championships to enter an exclusive club.

The Bulldogs became the first repeat champ since Alabama won it all in 2011 and 2012, back in the BCS era.

Now comes the question: Can Georgia make it three in a row? That hasn't happened since Minnesota (!) won three in a row from 1934 through 1936.

It's possible Georgia starts its run for three in a row at the top of the polls. Here are some very early top 25 college football rankings for the 2023 season.

Way-too-early college football rankings for 2023

1. Georgia (15-0, won College Football Playoff national championship) 2. Michigan (13-1, lost CFP semifinal) 3. Ohio State (11-2, lost in CFP semifinals)

4. Alabama (11-2, won Sugar Bowl) 5. Penn State (11-2, won Rose Bowl) 6. LSU (10-4, won Citrus Bowl) 7. Florida State (10-3, won the Cheez-It Bowl)

8. USC (11-3, lost Cotton Bowl) 9. Washington (11-2, won Alamo Bowl) 10. TCU (13-2, lost College Football Playoff national championship)

11. Utah (10-4, lost the Rose Bowl) 12. Tennessee (11-2, won Orange Bowl) 13. Notre Dame (9-4, won Gator Bowl) 14. Clemson (11-3, lost Orange Bowl)

15. Oregon (10-3, won Holiday Bowl) 16. Oregon State (10-3, won Las Vegas Bowl) 17. Texas (8-5, lost Alamo Bowl) 18. Tulane (12-2, won Cotton Bowl)

19. Texas Tech (8-5, won the Texas Bowl) 20. Kansas State (10-4, lost Sugar Bowl) 21. Iowa (8-5, won Music City Bowl) 22. North Carolina (9-5, lost Holiday Bowl)

23. Wisconsin (7-6, won Guaranteed Rate Bowl) 24. Ole Miss (8-4, lost Texas Bowl) 25. UTSA (11-3, lost Cure Bowl)


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