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Old 16.11.2015, 01:27 PM
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The PAC12 are all but out of the top 4.
Would A loss by Alabama, and then them still winning the SEC championship to give Florida 2 losses. Could the playoffs have no SEC team too?
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Old 16.11.2015, 01:49 PM
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I keep hoping for playoff apocalypse:
ACC: Clemson lose to a criminally underrated UNC in the title game.
Big Ten: Michigan beat an Ohio State who beat Michigan State, and go on to beat Iowa to have a 2-loss B1G champion.
Big 12: Baylor win out and TCU beat Oklahoma to leave a 1-loss champion with terrible SOS.
Notre Dame: Lose handily to Stanford to finish with 2-losses.
Pac-12: UCLA beat USC and Utah before knocking off Stanford in the title game to leave a 3-loss champion.
SEC: Florida lose to FSU then bear Alabama to leave a 2-loss SEC champion.
Group of 5: Houston and Toledo win out.
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Old 16.11.2015, 02:13 PM
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Pac-12: UCLA beat USC and Utah before knocking off Stanford in the title game to leave a 3-loss champion..
or Cal beat Stanford then Oregon win the Pac-12 Championship game
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Old 16.11.2015, 03:00 PM
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The PAC12 are all but out of the top 4.
Would A loss by Alabama, and then them still winning the SEC championship to give Florida 2 losses. Could the playoffs have no SEC team too?
Would depend elsewhere as the committee clearly loves the SEC and Alabama especially. Problem is Bama realistically only have Auburn to beat.

The best chances the SEC misses out is Statto's scenario below with a two loss Florida beating Bama in the SECCG, except teams like Clemson, Oklahoma State, Ohio State and Notre Dame go unbeaten from here.
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