Easiest Way for Each Serious Contender to Get into the CFP

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These are the eight NCAA football teams that still have a legitimately decent chance to get into this season’s CFP and what the easiest way to get into the CFP is for each of them and where they will likely be seeded if everything goes the way they need it to go.

bama #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-0)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become SEC conference champions.
  • If this happens, Alabama will likely be seeded #1 overall.

ohiost #2 Ohio State Buckeyes (9-1)

  • Win each of their remaining games.
  • If this happens, Ohio State will likely be seeded #2 or #3 overall.

mich #3 Michigan Wolverines (9-1)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become Big 10 conference champions.
  • If this happens, Michigan will likely be seeded #2 overall.

clem #4 Clemson Tigers (9-1)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become ACC conference champions.
  • If this happens, Clemson will likely be seeded either #2 or #3 overall.

wash #5 Washington Huskies (9-1)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become Pac-12 conference champions.
  • If this happens, Washington will likely be seeded #4 overall.

wisc #6 Wisconsin Badgers (8-2)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become Big 10 champions.
  • Have either Clemson and/or Washington lose at least one of their remaining games.
  • If this happens, Wisconsin will likely be seeded #4 overall.

psu #7 Pennsylvania State Nittany Lions (8-2)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become Big 10 champions.
  • Have either Clemson and/or Washington lose at least one of their remaining games.
  • If this happens, Pennsylvania State will likely be seeded #4 overall.

okla #8 Oklahoma Sooners (8-2)

  • Win each of their remaining games and become Big 12 champions.
  • Have a Wisconsin vs. Pennsylvania State Big 10 championship with Clemson and Washington losing at least one of their remaining games.
  • If this happens, Oklahoma could be seeded #4 overall depending on where Michigan ends up.

 

-Asher Fair

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