UNC drops to No. 23 in latest CFP rankings

Despite losing to unranked opponents in their final two football games, the UNC Tar Heels are still a top 25 team in the eyes of the playoff committee. UNC dropped six spots to No. 23 in the final regular season College Football Playoff ranking. The Tar Heels reached as high as No. 13 while still 9-1, but they went cold offensively in their last two matchups. (All Tar Heels)

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UNC drops to No. 23 in latest CFP rankings

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