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    As of now and likely to change: Ohio St., LSU, Clemson, ? in playoff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    And Alabama goes down....
    Down, but not out thanks to how they finished.

    Nightmare scenario now in play for Clemson -

    - Ohio State wins out

    - One-loss Bama wins out

    - LSU unbeaten...until SEC championship game

    - One-loss Georgia beats LSU in Atlanta
    There are no strings on me
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    We'll see...
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    For Clemson it's pretty simple. Win out and they're in, lose and they watch the playoffs on TV. There will be no one-loss teams ranked ahead of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guru View Post
    Down, but not out thanks to how they finished.

    Nightmare scenario now in play for Clemson -

    - Ohio State wins out

    - One-loss Bama wins out

    - LSU unbeaten...until SEC championship game

    - One-loss Georgia beats LSU in Atlanta
    If Clemson is undefeated they'll be in.

    The scenario you present is interesting and I don't know what the committee would do. Georgia has the "bad" loss but is the Conference champ. LSU would have beaten Alabama. I think LSU would be judged to have played the tougher opponents and would have beaten Florida. Alabama is probably out in this scenario.

    They may not ultimately need it but Alabama should hope Auburn beats Georgia and then Alabama beats Auburn. Assuming LSU wins the SEC, that probably puts two SEC teams in as I don't think a one loss Oregon gets in over Alabama in that scenario.
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    You want confusion? What if Oregon wins out, Ohio State loses a squeaker to Minnesota and LSU loses a squeaker to Georgia?
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    wonder if USC made a serious effort to keep Ed O. when they had him? Killing it at LSU>
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedoorknobbroke View Post
    wonder if USC made a serious effort to keep Ed O. when they had him? Killing it at LSU>
    They never offered him, he was kicked to the curb at the end of his interim season.

    My Tuesday prediction:
    • 1. LSU
      2. Ohio State
      3. Clemson
      4. Alabama
      5. Georgia
      6. Minnesota
      7. Oregon
      8. Penn State
      9. Utah
      10. Oklahoma
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    By the way, if anyone is looking for proof that Ryan Day is a major upgrade for Ohio State in the head coach dept, look no further than the respective 2018/2019 Maryland games.

    2018 - OSU 52 -51 in OT

    2019 - OSU 73-14

    Day inherited a team that lost NINE players to the NFL draft this spring, including arguably the best QB in it's history, replaced with a sophomore transfer.

    Onward...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzcyclist View Post
    They never offered him, he was kicked to the curb at the end of his interim season.

    My Tuesday prediction:
    • 1. LSU
      2. Ohio State
      3. Clemson
      4. Alabama
      5. Georgia
      6. Minnesota
      7. Oregon
      8. Penn State
      9. Utah
      10. Oklahoma
    I'm surprised you have Oregon that high....
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