College football’s postseason picture in Week 14, explained quickly

This is it. The college football season and Playoff picture comes down to conference championship weekend, with full rankings out and stakes established. We know which games are Playoff play-ins, which teams need help, and which teams are just playing for nice bowl games.

Below, let’s keep track of Week 14’s ranked games (and other important games) from the Playoff committee’s perspective, which means it’s not only about who you beat, but how it relates to the full picture.

  • No. 1 Clemson vs. No. 7 Miami: The Tigers enter as No. 1 and can lock up that seed with a win. The only reward this year: not having to travel to Pasadena. They’d host a semifinal in New Orleans. The Canes are also win-and-in. (And while an 11-2 Clemson would be out of the CFP, don’t rule out the Tigers still ranking ahead of an 11-2 Ohio State, if Clemson ends up with a win over the SEC champ.)
  • No. 2 Auburn vs. No. 6 Georgia: Win-and-in. If Clemson loses and Auburn wins, Auburn has a chance at No. 1. (If Auburn loses, could the Tigers only fall far enough to stay in Ohio State’s CFP path? That’s a new thing to consider, now that Auburn’s No. 2 instead of No. 3.)
  • No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No.

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