College Football Playoff Predictor

Potential Chaos Factors

Ohio State and Alabama are idle throughout convention championship weekend however are lurking, hoping one
of the massive 4 contenders — Georgia, Michigan, TCU and USC — slip up for an opportunity on the

In 2014, TCU was idle throughout convention championship weekend and was infamously over
taken by Ohio State. Now that the Massive 12 championship sport has returned, can the Horned Frogs take
benefit and keep undefeated towards a Kansas State workforce they eked previous in October?

going 4-8 in 2021, USC, led by coach Lincoln Riley and QB Caleb Williams, is 11-1 and on the cusp of
its first CFP look. However can the Trojans beat Utah, the one workforce at hand them a loss this

What about Michigan? The Wolverines scored 4 touchdowns of a minimum of 60 yards, however
have proven they are often susceptible, narrowly beating Illinois and Maryland. Can a veteran Purdue workforce
upset Jim Harbaugh’s squad?

If anybody journeys up, the committee could have a choice to make.
How does it view Ohio State, which misplaced solely to a top-three Michigan workforce? Does Alabama, with two
last-second highway losses, each to top-10 groups, by a mixed 4 factors, have what it takes to
sneak into the highest 4?

Till the committee releases its up to date rankings on Tuesday, these numbers assume the up to date AP ballot as the newest committee rankings to higher account for the present state.

Your Closing Outcomes

After all, it is the committee resolution which groups really feel vindicated and which is able to inevitably name
foul, however that is what Playoff Predictor says the highest 5 might appear like should you selected appropriately.

Probability it occurs

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