On Tuesday night the College Football Playoff Committee will name its first Top 25, clearing up some speculation on what the playoff picture looks like. Ohio State, Clemson, Baylor, LSU, TCU, Stanford and Alabama could all be options for the coveted top four spots. However, there's still plenty of time for those rankings to change with big regular season conference games and conference championship games still left. After all, Ohio State, the eventual national champion, was ranked No. 16 in the CFP committee's first 2014 rankings.
The top of the TicketIQ Top 25 rankings haven't changed much from the start of the season. Prices have varied, but Notre Dame tickets have remained on top, as the Fighting Irish also continue for hopes in a playoff spot after a scare against the Temple Owls on Halloween. The Michigan Wolverines have also had some ups and downs, but they still have the second most expensive home average on the secondary market. Ohio State tickets have dropped a bit since last season, but with an undefeated record and No. 1 ranking, Buckeyes tickets have jumped up to No. 3 in average price.
Below are the TicketIQ Top 25 rankings after Week 9 in college football, along with past rankings for every week during the 2015 season.