CFP Standings

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CFP Standings

Anthony Benard, Staff Writer

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Who will most likely make the CFP after week eight? A lot of things have changed after this past weekend of football. Ohio State has dropped out of the CFP and been replaced by Michigan.  The Wolverines won at Michigan St. 21-7 and clearly looked like the best team in the Big Ten throughout the first eight weeks. The Buckeyes are still projected to play in a New Year’s Six game but since they took a horrendous loss to Purdue, who is an unranked team, I believe they will be the Big Ten’s team in the Rose Bowl and face Washington who won over Colorado on Saturday. Those are some of the big things that happened this past week in CFB.

 

Some believe that it will just be Clemson and Alabama again. But at least this year there are many different teams that we haven’t seen in the top polls for the CFP, such as Notre Dame, LSU, Michigan, and Texas. The chances for teams that aren’t Alabama or Clemson are very slim, but there is always a chance. That is a summary of what happened this past weekend in CFB and who has the best chance to make the CFP.

 

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