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On Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 5:20:07 AM UTC-8, J. Hugh Sullivan wrote:
 
> UGA/CowU/Bama for the SEC spot.

That presumes the SEC doesn't get two.  If UGA and Bama both beat CowU and go 12-0 entering the
SECCG, the winner is #1, the loser is #3 or 4.
 
> Clemson/Miami for the ACC spot.
 
> OU/TCU for the SWC spot.
> 
> The 4th spot is tricky.  ND is in if they win out. ND has to lose for
> Wasington to be in. I think the Ohio team will win out and the Big 10
> will be left out.

I think the Big 10 is done ANYWAY.

You just made the case for at least four teams to go in over a 13-0 Wisconsin, and I can add a fifth.

Wisconsin needs at least two of those five teams to lose unexpectedly -- and if Auburn bites both
Bama and Georgia in the ass, then they enter the fray.

Mike