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Welcome to the club, No. 4 Washington.The 12 members of the College Football Playoff selection committee changed course in their second official rankings of the season and added undefeated Washington to their top four one week after snubbing the Huskies in favor of one-loss Texas A&M.The rest of the top four remained the same with No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Michigan leading the way, followed by No. 4 Washington, No. 5 Ohio State and No. 6 Louisville. Another bonus for Washington was the fact that its next opponent, USC, jumped into the rankings at No. 20 after winning five straight.Last weeks No. 4, Texas A&M, dropped to No. 8 after losing to Mississippi State, while Nebraska sank from No. 10 to No. 19 after losing 62-3 to Ohio State.Louisville jumped up one spot, but that likely was more a result of A&M falling than it was a convincing win at Boston College. The Cardinals are still looking up at Ohio State in the race between one-loss teams.Heres what the bracket would look like today:As for the other major bowls, heres a projection based on the current rankings:The Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual still gets the Pac-12 champ, but since Washington is in the semifinal, it would choose the next highest-ranked Pac-12 team, No. 12 Colorado. Since Big Ten champion Michigan? also is in a semifinal, it would take the conferences next highest-ranked team, No. 5 Ohio State.The Allstate Sugar Bowl is guaranteed the Big 12 champ, which would be No. 11 Oklahoma, and because SEC champ Alabama is in the semifinal, it would take the next highest-ranked SEC team, No. 8 Texas A&M.The Capital One Orange Bowl is guaranteed the ACC champion, but because Clemson is in a semifinal, it would take the second-ranked ACC team, which would be No. 6 Louisville. The Orange Bowl then chooses the next highest-ranked team from the SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame. In this case, it would be No. 7 Wisconsin.The highest-ranked Group of 5 champion is guaranteed a spot in a New Years Six bowl, so No. 21 Western Michigan would go to the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. It can then choose an at-large team from any FBS conference, and No. 9 Auburn is the highest-ranked team available.Heres what New Years Eve and New Years Day could look like, based on todays rankings:Dec. 308 p.m. ET: Capital One Orange Bowl: No. 6 Louisville vs. No. 7 WisconsinDec. 313 p.m. or 7 p.m. ET: College Football Playoff semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 4 Washington3 p.m. or 7 p.m. ET: College Football Playoff semifinal at the Fiesta Bowl: No. 2 Clemson vs. No. 3 MichiganJan. 21 p.m. ET: Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic: No. 9 Auburn vs. No. 21 Western Michigan5 p.m. ET: Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual: No. 5 Ohio State vs. No. 12 Colorado8:30 p.m. ET: Allstate Sugar Bowl: No. 8 Texas A&M vs. No. 11 Oklahoma Mark Lowe Jersey . Capitals head coach Adam Oates said Ovechkin was injured in the first period against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday and clarified it was not a head injury. Manny Machado Jersey . 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Jamaica captain, left-arm spinner Nikita Miller, took 9 for 41 in the second innings as his team beat Trinidad & Tobago by 132 runs at Sabina Park in Kingston. Miller had taken nine consecutive wickets, the last of which came in the 55th over, but narrowly missed out on a possible ten-wicket haul when Roshon Primus was trapped in front by Damion Jacobs off the last ball of the 56th.Millers effort came after T&T legspinner Imran Khan had run through Jamaicas lower order earlier in the day. Having resumed the day on 148 for 4, with a lead of 256, Jamaica lost overnight batsman Jermaine Blackwood for 81 in the second over. He was trapped in front by offspinner Jon-Russ Jaggesar who also removed the other overnight batsman, Devon Thomas. Imran then took the last four wickets to complete his second five-wicket haul of the season and bowl Jamaica out for 229.Imran was then promoted to open the batting for T&T, from where he scored 52 and was involved in a brisk stand of 76 with Kyle Hope. But there was to be only one other half-century stand in the innings, a 50-run stand for the fifth wicket between Yannic Cariah and Yannick Ottley; courtesy Miller, T&T had collapses of 4 for 47 and 6 for 32 on either side of that to fold for 205 in their chase of 338.Speaking to the Gleaner after the match, Miller said he had gone about business as usual. They got off to a flyer in the chase, but I was not really worried, he said. I just tried to put the ball in the right areas. I was not expecting nine wickets, but it worked out well for me and I got my best-ever haul.Miller had taken three wickets in the first innings, while legspinner Jacobs picked up four, ensuring Jamaica had the comfortable advantage of 108 runs after the teams first innings. For T&T, Jason Mohammed was left stranded on 91 not out in that innings, as the team was bowled out for 206 in response to Jamaicas 314. The hosts total was built on half-centuries from Andre McCarthy and Brandon King.Windward Islands captain Liam Sebastiens Man-of-the-Match performance helped his side defeat Leeward Islands and register their first outright win of the season at Windsor Park in Roseau. The allrounder was at the forefront of an impressive comeback by Windward Islands - they recovered from 48 for 7 on the first day, to win the match by 94 runs.Sebastien had led his team back from that precarious position on the first day with an unbeaten 82, after fast bowlers Gavin Tonge and Alzarri Joseph had torn through the batting following Leeward Islands decision tto bowl.dddddddddddd During his knock, Sebastien forged consecutive fifty-plus partnerships with the last three batsmen - 78, 70 and 97. He played second fiddle in the last two, where No. 10, Delorn Johnson (56 off 44), and No. 11, Mervin Matthew (73 off 53), made career-best scores to lift their total to 293.In response, only two Leeward Islands batsmen made significant contributions - Montcin Hodge with 76, and Jahmar Hamilton with 94 - as Shane Shillingford (5 for 96) combined with Sebastien (4 for 78) to bowl them out for 259 and take the lead. Sebastien wasnt required to bat in the second innings as Windward Islands scored at over four per over on the back of ninty-somethings from Tyrone Theophile (96) and Sunil Ambris (91) to declare on 333 for 8 and set Leeward 368 to win.Hamilton added to his first-innings 94 with a 134-ball 125 but once again found little in terms of partners. Kieran Powell and Chesney Hughes got out in the forties, and Hodge made another start, but no one else got into double digits as Leeward folded for 273. Sebastien took 4 for 67 to finish with eight in the match. Guyana conceded the top spot to Jamaica after playing out a draw with Barbados at the Providence. Barbados are placed third, just 0.8 behind Guyana.Shivnarine Chanderpauls 72nd first-class hundred - 100 off 141 balls including 13 fours - was instrumental in handing Guyana the first-innings advantage. His first ton of the season took Guyana to 311 on the first day.Having opted to bat, the hosts lost Rajendra Chandrika and captain Leon Johnson early, but Shimron Hetmyer (60) and Vishaul Singh (40) gave Chanderpaul a decent platform. Chanderpaul then batted for 245 minutes, before he was the ninth batsman to dismissed. Gudakesh Motie, the No. 10, contributed 36 off 89 balls.In reply, Barbados lost both their openers within five overs. Shai Hope and Roston Chase then perked up the side with half-centuries, but the loss of the last six wickets for 78 runs meant they conceded a 23-run lead.Guyana then subsided to 137 all-out in 35.2 overs, with Hetmyer contributing almost half of the total. Offspinning allrounder Chase did the bulk of the damage, claiming figures of 5 for 41. Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican supported him with three wickets. Chasing 161, Barbados were reduced to 11 for 3 in 3.2 overs, but Chase and Shamarh Brooks hung onto secure a draw and 9.8 points for their team. ' ' '

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