The 6th annual college football playoffs are officially back and are without a familiar team


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The 2020 College Football playoffs are set as Oklahoma joins LSU, Ohio State, and Clemson.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

#1 LSU v #4 Oklahoma

December 28 at 1:00 PM PST on ESPN 

LSU claimed the SEC Championship after coming off another statement win, beating #5 Georgia 37-10. Meanwhile, Oklahoma struggled in the Big 12 Championship, but overcame Baylor, 30-23 in OT, to claim the last spot in the playoffs. Heisman-likely Joe Burrow will feast on this defense, leading LSU to an easy win over Oklahoma. LSU will control the game and win 45-20 against Oklahoma.

Playstation Fiesta Bowl

#2 Ohio State v #3 Clemson

December 28 at 5:00 PM PST on ESPN

Ohio State is returning from a comeback win against Wisconsin, scoring 27 unanswered points to win the B1G Championship. On the other hand, in the ACC Championship, Clemson is coming off a blowout win against Virginia, winning 62-17. Both of these teams have explosive offenses, but whoever’s defense makes the most stops will advance. With that being said, Ohio State will nudge out Clemson, 34-30, to advance to the championship.

CFP National Championship

#1 LSU v #2 Ohio State

January 13 at TBD on ESPN

The story of this game is LSU’s top ranked offense versus Ohio State’s top ranked defense. Not only does Ohio State boast Chase Young and their pass-rush, they also have one of the best secondaries in the nation; allowing 148 YPG, 7 touchdowns, and intercepting 15 passes. LSU’s offence, on the other hand, averages 554 YPG and almost 48 PPG. This game could go one of two ways: either high or low scoring for both teams. All-in-all, defense wins championships so Ohio State will stun LSU, 35-31.