Greg McElroy’s CFP Rankings reaction: The Top 4 are set, unless USC loses | Always College Football

Greg mcelroy's cfp rankings reaction: the top 4 are set, unless usc loses | always college football

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Greg McElroy’s CFP Rankings reaction: The Top 4 are set, unless USC loses | Always College Football

Georgia, Michigan and TCU look like locks for the College Football Playoff. USC wins and they are in. Ohio State and Alabama are right behind them at five and six. No way both of them could get in, right? Plus, Greg McElroy talks about the Ryan Day-John Cooper comparisons going on.

0:20 Intro and Gameplan

2:00 Did You Know – Utah is pretty good

2:30 CFP rankings reaction

18:00 Can Ohio State and Alabama sneak in?

21:00 Are we really comparing Ryan Day to John Cooper?

28:45 Did You Know – Clemson owns the ACC Championship

29:10 McElroy’s Final Thought: Ohio State still has a chance

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