Two Big Ten playoff teams? Daniels for Heisman? College football Week 11 overreactions

College Football Overreactions after Week 11: Big Ten teams in the playoff?

While it feels like we can predict the outcome of the college football season this year, there’s still a lot to talk about and overreact to. So, why stop now? Our goal is to put these views and comments from commentators, amateur or professional, into the right perspective.

Will the Big Ten secure two spots in the playoffs?

Many believe that both Michigan and Ohio State will claim playoff spots regardless of the outcome of their highly anticipated matchup. But, there are several other scenarios at play that could lead to the loser being left out. There might be three other power conference champions without a loss. In the event of four undefeated teams once conference champs are crowned, all the one-loss candidates will miss out. Ohio State or Michigan, at 11-1, might not gain entry, especially due to the Big Ten’s overall lack of depth.

Jayden Daniels is this year’s Caleb Williams

LSU’s dual-threat QB leads the nation in total offense and his impressive performance may not be enough to win the title, but it’s likely he’s earned a trip to New York for the Heisman Trophy ceremony.

SEC is in for championship, but not quite yet

The SEC’s flagship programs are set to meet in Atlanta, but there are still challenges ahead. Strange things occasionally happen to Alabama when Auburn hosts the Iron Bowl. Also, there’s still a final road trip to Tennessee for Georgia. A win for Alabama against Georgia might be required to secure their spot.

Oregon State – last agent of chaos?

Oregon State gets a chance at both league leaders in the final two weeks and might upset the status quo in the Pac-12.

Every school needs a Tyler from Spartanburg

A recent upset has led to questions about the link between Clemson’s turnaround and coach Dabo Swinney’s interaction with a disgruntled fan. However, encouraging entitled fans to pop off isn’t always a recipe for success in college football.

In conclusion, the college football season is filled with both expected outcomes and unexpected surprises, and the next few weeks are sure to bring even more exciting action on the field.


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