By ESPN Staff: The college football season will look plenty different in 2021. The college football power rankings? Not quite as much.
Despite new quarterbacks at Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State, those three perennial powers find themselves in the top five. They are joined by Oklahoma and Georgia, which both return quarterbacks in the hopes of winning their first championships of the playoff era.
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Is it any surprise that Nick Saban's crew starts the year on top? Clemson, led by QB DJ Uiagalelei, and Oklahoma, behind star Spencer Rattler, are looking to close the gap.
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