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Ranking the winningest College Football Playoff teams all-time

It hasn't been around for a long time, but the College Football Playoff has already separated the best from the worst and changed the fate of the sport forever.

Like most things in this game, a few teams have dominated the proceedings. Some combination of Alabama, Clemson, or Ohio State have taken up 53 percent of the semifinal spots to date. 

And when you add Notre Dame and Oklahoma to the mix, that accounts for 63 percent of the bids so far.

But some underdogs have made a splash, too. Cincinnati, Michigan, Oregon, Washington, Florida State, and Michigan State have earned final four berths.

Which schools have performed the best in the CFP to date? Scroll through to see the winningest teams in the playoff, ranked by percentage.

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Cincinnati made history as the first-ever non-Power Five team to make the College Football Playoff.
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Clemson and quarterback Trevor Lawrence led a rout over Alabama for the College Football Playoff national championship.
Alabama coach Nick Saban has built arguably the greatest dynasty in college football history.
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Joe Burrow led LSU to an undefeated season and a College Football Playoff national title in 2019.

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