This season has certainly been a wild one in the college football world. There is almost no way to predict who will be playing in the College Football Playoff this season.
ESPN football analysts have been making predictions all season long. On Sunday, Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy were the most recent ones to make their predictions as both men made their projections for all the bowl games this year.
For the CFP, the two only agreed on one team and the national championship games looked very different as well.
Schlabach predicted Baylor and Clemson to play each other in the Cotton Bowl while Ohio State plays Alabama in the Orange Bowl. McMurphy has Oklahoma playing Stanford in the Cotton Bowl with Clemson and Michigan State playing in the Orange Bowl.
It is worth noting that McMurphy predicted the Buckeyes, last year’s national champions, to play against Utah in the Rose Bowl.
This season is far from over, so it’s going to be interesting to see how things play out for the next few months.
[H/T: College Spun]
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