Michigan-TCU, OSU-Georgia are likely in the College Football Playoff

The College Football Playoff seems set—if the committee keeps the same energy—and so do the games on New Year’s Eve: Georgia vs. Ohio State in the Peach Bowl; Michigan vs. TCU in the Fiesta Bowl.

No. 4 USC’s 47-24 loss to Utah in the Pac-12 Championship game Friday night opened up the #4 ranking in the final CFP rankings, which will be announced Sunday afternoon on ESPN. Ohio State (11-1) should have the inside track, ranking No. 5 in Tuesday’s rankings, with Alabama No. 6. Neither of them played this weekend, and he watched the Trojans suffer their second loss to the Utes of the season.

No. 3 TCU’s undefeated season ended Saturday in overtime against No. 10 Kansas State, 31-28, in the Big 12 championship game, but 12-1 TCU shouldn’t be left out of the CFP and jumped out by both one-loss losing Ohio State or Alabama. which lost twice — again, didn’t even play in the conference tournament. Yes, the Crimson Tide lost close road games at Tennessee (52-49) and LSU (32-31 in OT), but this was their chance and they lost – twice. TCU defeated KSU earlier in the season and also won #20 Texas, 17-10, three weeks earlier. It also beat three other teams ranked in the top 25 at the time of the game (Oklahoma, Kansas, Oklahoma State).

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