What it is like to win the #2 seed in college football?
That’s what it’s been like for two weeks now as the first seeds in the College Football Playoff race have been decided and the top four seeds have been determined.
The last week of the season, all eyes were on the #8 seed Clemson Tigers.
The Tigers went 9-2 and had their best season since 2007 and a national championship win.
After losing in the Sugar Bowl to Alabama, Clemson is now in a good position to make the playoffs.
The question now is: how does Clemson get back into the top three seeds?
And the answer is, well, the Tigers.
The Tigers have already won two straight SEC games to get to #8, so they are a team that should be playing well this season.
They won’t be playing the best of any team in the country, but they should be in a position to win a lot of games.
This is the time for the #9 and #10 seeds to make history.
Clemson’s season is now on the line, and the Tigers should win the last two games of the regular season to get into the playoffs with a chance at the College Bowl Championship Series.
After beating LSU and TCU last week, Alabama beat Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio.
The Bama defense has been phenomenal, and while Ohio State was able to score in the second half, Alabama dominated on the scoreboard.
The defense has a lot to do in the upcoming playoff games.
But Alabama is one of the best defenses in the league, and Clemson should win games.
With a bye week in March, the two teams will need to figure out who they will play.
The Tide’s schedule is relatively easy for the Tigers, but the Buckeyes will be the favorites to win it all.
The Buckeyes are undefeated in their last three games, including a 27-14 win over Texas A&M in Week 3.
The Tide have won 10 of their last 12 games, but it’s going to be hard for Clemson to find wins.
Clemson will need a dominant performance against Alabama, and Ohio State needs to get back on track against a good team.
Both teams have a lot on their plate, and both should have a good season.
The game will be played on Saturday at 7 p.m.
ET in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
It’s a home game for Clemson and Alabama, so the Tigers are going to have a long night.