Week 10 College Football Playoff Preview

Posted: November 3, 2016 in NCAAF

There are 11 teams remaining in contention for the College Football Playoff.

Just some quick commentary on the initial CFP Rankings.. I am shocked, but shouldn’t be, about A&M being ahead of Washington. As in the first two years the committee starts out in search of best teams but then slowly shifts towards looking at the best, most-deserving teams. As long as Washington keeps they will get in. Wisconsin at 8 is probably most notable ranking to take a look at. A 2-loss Wisconsin that wins out and wins the B1G championship is probably the biggest threat to my methodology. It wouldn’t be ridiculous to see them in but like I said, most-deserving comes more into play later on, and two losses will be certainly be circled.

True Elimination Games (1)

True elimination games are where the winner survives another week and the loser is eliminated from contention. I will provide the days and times for these games.

#6 Nebraska @ #9 Ohio State (Saturday, 7:00 PM CST, ABC)

Elimination Games (5)

Elimination games are when one team in the game would be eliminated with a loss. That team will be denoted with an asterisk. The other team has either already been eliminated, or can lose the game without being eliminated.

#5 Lousivlle* @ Boston College

#7 Florida* @ Arkansas

#8 Texas A&M* @ Arkansas

TCU @ #10 Baylor*

Kansas @ #11 West Virginia*

The maximum number of teams that could remain in contention for the college football playoff after this week is 10 teams. The minimum number of teams is 5.
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