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|College Football 2018 Week 12 Playoff Picture||Friday, 2018 November 23 - 11:50 am|
|This week's conference standings breakdown.|
It's still Michigan vs. Ohio state for the East, with the winner playing Northwestern.
It's Clemson in the Atlantic versus Pitt in the Coastal.
So I didn't realize that the Big 12 had a division-less playoff game, so the tiebreakers weren't what I thought they were.
Right now Oklahoma is 7-1, WVU is 6-2, and Texas is 6-2. If Texas loses to Kansas (which seems unlikely) then Oklahoma and WVU will be in the playoff game regardless of the outcome of their game, since Texas would have three losses and lost to WVU.
If Texas wins, then they're in the playoff against the winner of Oklahoma-WVU. (If Oklahoma wins, they'll be #1, and Texas would have a better record than WVU. If WVU wins, then you'd have three teams at 7-2, but WVU would have the tiebreaker against both to be #1 in the conference. Texas would then have the tiebreaker against Oklahoma to be #2.)
In the North, it'll be the winner of Washington State vs. Washington.
Utah clinched the South by virtue of their win over Colorado coupled with Arizona State's loss to Oregon. Utah is 6-3 in the conference with only non-conference BYU remaining; Arizona State and Arizona are 4-4 and won't be able to catch up.
Alabama and Georgia, still.
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