Discussing Cincinnati’s chances of making the College Football Playoff | Get Up

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Discussing Cincinnati’s chances of making the College Football Playoff | Get Up

Heather Dinich, Paul Finebaum and Sam Acho react to the latest College Football Playoff rankings and discuss the likelihood the Cincinnati Bearcats make it to the College Football Playoff this season.

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