Nov. 8 Is College Playoff Resume Building Day — Shit's Going To Go Off
Looking at the College Football Playoff teams, everything seems about right: two undefeated teams (Florida State and Mississippi State) and two one-loss teams (Auburn and Oregon). It's got plenty of fodder from James Winston's image to his often-overlooked comeback ability. It's got a cinderella that no one wants to call cinderella because it came from the SEC, but people, we're talking about Mississippi State -- they came out of nowhere. They were in the preseason honorary mention of the Top 25. Then there's Auburn, who has an impressive SEC resume. And Oregon, who has sweet jerseys and an even sweeter offense.
Miley Cyrus today's schedule is coming in like a wrecking ball.
Every team ranked from fourth to tenth (Oregon Ducks, Alabama Crimson Tide, TCU Horned Frogs, Kansas State Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, Arizona State Sun Devils, Notre Dame Fighting Irish) in college football will be playing a Top 25 team. Days like today will only scatter the College Football Playoff puzzle. With resounding and/or key wins, the Top 10 teams will begin to make their case.
While everyone except Alabama fans would probably be comfortable with who we see in the Top 4 right now, all hell will break lose. A win from Alabama could push them past Oregon; A win from TCU and loss from Bama could push them in to the Top 4; A win from Kansas State and people might actually start paying attention to the Wildcats. And if Notre Dame beats ASU and doesn't reenter the conversation, what are they chopped liver? So yes, things are going to get confusing.
No two teams are better positioned than No. 6 TCU and No. 7 Kansas State, though. They play each other. Hell, TCU is practically licking their hammers.
And for some sick reason that should get you nauseous and excited all at once. That's what college football is all about, right?
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