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04 December 2017, 12:55 | Harold Aguilar
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Defending national champion Clemson (12-1) is the top seed and will play the fourth-seeded Crimson Tide for the third consecutive year in the postseason.
Ohio State can only blame itself for missing this year's College Football Playoff: Two losses - especially an ugly one to unranked Iowa - knocked the Buckeyes out of contention. Oklahoma's resume only improved since then, with wins over Oklahoma State, TCU (twice, including in the Big 12 Championship), and West Virginia. "Ohio State had one less loss and (the Playoff committee) selected Ohio State - not a conference champ with two losses (Penn State)".
It'll be Alabama-Clemson in the Sugar Bowl on January 1 for a spot in the national championship game. The Badgers trail The Ohio State by 138 points in the AP Poll and 136 ranking points in the Coaches Poll. "The College Football Playoff committee had a job to do, and they did it".
This is the first time a team from the Big Ten Conference did not make the playoff.
Bryant has been excellent in the six games since the Syracuse loss, completing 125-of-186 passes (67 percent) for 1,303 yards, nine touchdowns and just two interceptions. They avenged their only loss of the season, a 40-17 defeat at Auburn on November 11.
Ohio State missed out on the College Football Playoff on Sunday, with Alabama claiming the No. 4 spot instead of the Buckeyes.
Perhaps the most newsworthy item is that the Big Ten and Pac-12 were shutout of the College Football Playoff. The Crimson Tide, on the other hand, lost last weekend to their rival Auburn and didn't even make their conference championship game. Unfortunately for them, their lack of a championship will be a factor for them, as well as their lack of big wins.
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