College Football Playoff picks after Week 15



As most of the playoff candidates were on the spot or cancelled, there were no playoffs in the 15th round. A week with almost no change in the selection of our writer for the university football qualifications. 

How will Saturday’s matches affect the soccer school’s play-off hunt? What are the chances of being in the top four? Predictor of the playoffs The whole state has the answers. Check every week if the odds are updated after that week’s games.

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Alabama (10-0)13/13
Notre Dame (10-0)13/13
Clemson (9-1)12/13
Ohio (5-0)11/13
Cincinnati (8-0)2/13
Texas A&M (7-1)1/13

The news that Ohio is allowed to play the Big Ten hasn’t changed much for our three authors. Two votes for Cincinnati and one for Texas A&M in fourth place in the playoffs prevent the Buckeyes from being elected unanimously this week. It is not yet known whether the selection committee for the university football play-offs will play matches against the state of Ohio.

The only top four team that played this week was Alabama, and Nick Saban’s team wasted little time trying to prove they are back at the top. Crimson Tide scored six touchdowns, including two by candidate Heisman Naji Harris, on Route 52-3 over Arkansas. Next Saturday, the SEC and the Florida Alligators expect a sixth place in Alabama.

The two main characters in this season’s writers’ ranking, Notre Dame and Clemons, will meet next Saturday in the CCA championship game. In the last meeting between the two teams, the Battle Irish defeated the Tigers at home in double overtime 47:40. This game will probably have the biggest impact on the final CFP ranking, unless Florida pissed off Alabama that night.

Also on Saturday, Ohio will take 14th place in the Northwest game for the Big Ten title, while Cincinnati faces Tulsa in the AAC title game. Texas A&M will be at home, eliminating all the results that would form the stage for the last quartet.

The university football semifinals will take place on 1 January. January in the Rose Bowl (5 p.m., ESPN and ESPN App.) and the Allstate Sugar Bowl (8 p.m., ESPN and ESPN App.).

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