A 2-loss P12 champ should get in over a 2-loss tOSU, 2-loss Penn State, and 2-loss Louisville that didn’t play in their conf. champ games. Colorado could make it in as well. I don’t think WSU could make it in. We’d need Louisville to lose to Houston, and Michigan to beat tOSU. We’d beat 2 top 10ish teams to end the season in Colorado and UW or WSU. It’s not likely, but it’s plausible.
JUST WIN BABY!!!
Over a one loss Michigan?
Too many possibilities in college football. Just win.
I’m just worried about getting past Oregon at this point.
How often could we have said in the past that 3 games out and we can control our destiny to get to the Rose Bowl? OK, yes, a few times in the last few years… but that’s STILL PRETTY DARN COOL!
I agree… just win, baby!
1 interesting (to me) observation, if Penn Wins out ( Rutgers, MSU) there is no way tOSU can play for their conference title, no title should mean no CFP appearance.
I think too much emphasis is put on winning the conference. I remember when Georgia won the SEC with a 6-4 record. Georgia was the SEC rep in the Sugar Bowl. I think the conference crown should be used when two team are really close and one is a Champion. Anyway, I think a two loss PAC 12 champion Utah has a good shot at the CFP.
I agree completely. Especially when you can’t even win your own division.
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