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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Buckeyes aren't exactly huge fans of the College Football Playoff rankings. Still, they aren't surprised that they have their work cut out for them to make it into the college sport's first playoff. The Buckeyes are ranked 13th in the coaches and The Associated Press media polls, but 16th on the initial list of the top 25 teams determined by the playoff selection committee.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars could have left tackle Luke Joeckel back on Sunday at Cincinnati. Joeckel left last week's loss to Miami with a concussion in the first quarter. He has since passed part of the NFL's concussion protocol, and will participate in non-contact drills today.