Hey everyone this is Sam and we need to discuss the college football top four playoff positions. Can anyone break them up? I sure hope so since you know my team is the Florida Gators. We’re sitting at #6, but I think someone has to lose quickly. Can’t see it happening though.
The CFB Playoff Picture Locked?
The Big Four (Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Clemson) didn’t come close to losing again this week. Even though there were last minute cancellations, postponements and drama, it didn’t effect them one bit. The issue for all the other college football teams looking in is the fact that none of the Big Four have a ranked team left on their schedule.
College Football Upsets
Even though #1 Alabama had a 29-point blowout and #3 Clemson had a 35-point win. We still had some upsets near the top. #9 Oregon fell to Oregon State and #11 Northwestern got beat by Michigan State.
1. Alabama (8-0)
2. Notre Dame (9-0)
3. Ohio State (4-0)
4. Clemson (8-1)
5. Texas A&M (6-1)
6. Florida (7-1)
7. Cincinnati (8-0)
8. BYU (9-0)
9. Miami (7-1)
10. Indiana (5-1)
College Football Playoff Projections
Courtesy of ESPN
College Football Playoff National Championship presented by AT&T
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Jan. 11, ESPN
Bonagura: Alabama vs. Notre Dame
Schlabach: Alabama vs. Clemson
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Jan. 1, ESPN
Bonagura: Ohio State vs. Notre Dame
Schlabach: Ohio State vs. Clemson
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
Jan. 1, ESPN
Bonagura: Alabama vs. Clemson
Schlabach: Alabama vs. Notre Dame
Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play in a Power Five football game when she kicked off to begin the second half against Missouri on Saturday. She is Vanderbilt’s starting goalie on the women’s soccer team. “It’s just so exciting that I can represent the little girls out there,” she said after the game.
Buffalo’s star RB is continuing his epic season with an FBS record-tying eight rushing touchdowns (and 409 yards!) in a 70-41 win over Kent State. Through four games, Patterson has now amassed 920 yards and 16 TD for the 4-0 Bulls.
So do you think the Playoff picture is locked up or will one of them lose? What did you think of Jaret Patterson and Sarah Fuller’s weekends? Let us know in comments below.