College football qualifiers focus, New Year’s six locks


College football mayhem is here thanks to the weekend of rivalry that followed Michigan’s breathtaking victory over Ohio State and thrilling victory for Bedlam State of Oklahoma, results that threw up football’s playoff projections. academic this week and bowl in a blender. Jim Harbaugh’s first win over the Buckeyes ended an eight-game losing streak in the series and propelled the Wolverines into the Big Ten Championship, to a first-place win in the program’s playoffs.

Ohio State was ranked No. 2 and Alabama No. 3 in the latest playoff standings, which is sure to change after a wild weekend. The Crimson Tide’s overtime victory in Auburn also keeps Alabama in the playoff race. Cincinnati, undefeated and fourth, will win over East Carolina and Michigan could move up to second behind top-ranked Georgia.

A record 13 SEC teams are eligible in bowling, with Florida and LSU claiming their sixth victory and both programs are in the process of seeking coaches. With 83 teams eligible for the bowl for 82 spots, there will be a six-game winning team that will stay home for the holidays.

Here’s a look at our latest bowl screenings for every playoff game mid-rivalry weekend:


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