On Tuesday night, ESPN unveiled the initial College Football Playoff rankings. Ohio State came in at No. 1 due to its victories over Notre Dame and Penn State.
ESPN analyst Robert Griffin III clearly disagrees with the committee's ranking for the Buckeyes.
In fact, Griffin has Georgia, Michigan and Florida State ranked ahead of Ohio State.
Here are the top five teams in college football, according to Griffin:
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Top 5 College Football Teams
Griffin isn't the only analyst at ESPN who disagrees with Ohio State's ranking. Paul Finebaum believes the No. 1 spot should go to Georgia.
"I still think they're the best team in the country, and they proved that Saturday. They weren't playing a great team in Florida, but they were playing without their best player and maybe the best player in the country in Brock Bowers.
People failed to realize that about this team. In recent weeks, they've been dominating, they've been explosive, Carson Beck has really emerged as a nice replacement to Stetson Bennett," Finebaum said.
"I'm not going to scream and holler because it'll take care of itself. Ohio State has beaten Notre Dame, they've beaten Penn State - OK, big deal. I think Georgia is the best team in the country right now."