NFP Top 25

And now we wait.

The 2014 college football regular season has come to an end (with the exception of the annual Army-Navy tilt next week), which means that we are ready for the postseason slate to be announced. But exactly which four teams will make the inaugural College Football Playoff?

Florida State remained the lone undefeated team from the Power Five conferences, as the Seminoles survived Georgia Tech in the ACC title game. Alabama and Oregon also took home conference crowns. But will Ohio State, TCU or Baylor nab the last playoff slot?

Let’s take a look at the National Football Post's newest Top 25 at the conclusion of the regular season. And, for the record, this is how I would vote if I was a CFP selection committee member.

2014 record in parentheses and last week’s ranking in brackets.

1. Florida State (13-0) [1]

2. Oregon (12-1) [2]

3. Alabama (12-1) [3]

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4. TCU (11-1) [4]

5. Baylor (11-1) [5]

6. Ohio State (12-1) [6]

7. Mississippi State (10-2) [8]

8. Arizona (10-3) [7]

9. Michigan State (10-2) [10]

10. Georgia Tech (10-3) [12]

11. Kansas State (9-3) [9]

12. Georgia (9-3) [13]

13. Ole Miss (9-3) [14]

14. UCLA (9-3) [15]

15. Missouri (10-3) [17]

16. Arizona State (9-3) [16]

17. Wisconsin (10-3) [11]

18. Auburn (8-4) [18]

19. Clemson (9-3) [20]

20. Louisville (9-3) [21]

21. Oklahoma (8-4) [19]

22. Nebraska (9-3) [22]

23. Utah (8-4) [23]

24. USC (8-4) [24]

25. LSU (8-4) [25]

The next five: Boise State (11-2), Minnesota (8-4), Marshall (12-1), Colorado State (10-2) and Memphis (9-3).

Dave Miller, the college football editor for the National Football Post, is on Twitter @Miller_Dave.

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