Elections, Schedule: Forecast against the spread, Obstacles to the 2020 Conference Conference Championships

The notion that 2020 is the college football season completes the tightness that could come on Championship Week as most FBS conferences hold weekend led football playoffs, New Year’s sixes and other top-level bowl games. About seven teams are competing for those four playoff spots, all of which are in action on Saturday.

Washington’s replacement in the Pack-12 Championship game will start on Friday with the 13th USC in the spotlight against Oregon. The Trojans want to end the regular season undefeated, which some of their fans believe was made possible this season under double coach Clay Halton.

The No. 4 Ohio State and No. 14 Northwestern, bookies have only played six games this season but are all in gear from Saturday to Saturday, competing for the Big Ten title by focusing on the playoff spot. The Big 12 are ahead with No. I Iowa State and No. 10 Oklahoma, both of whom will defend their campaigns despite losing a few matches at the start of the season. Will Cyclone or the Sunners League receive six New Year’s bids and accelerate in 2021?

The two most interesting games of the day weekend. No. 3 Clemson seeks revenge from No. 2 Notre Dame after a regular-season defeat in the ACC Championship Game. Both the Tigers and Fighting Irish could advance in the four-team CFP arena, but Saturday’s result will go a long way in determining whether that happens and – if so – where they will be placed. The loss does not guarantee anything for Limson.

The SEC Championship Game serves as the nightclub app with No. 1 Alabama and No. 7 Florida as the most familiar badfellows in this number title clash. The Crimson Tide are looking to wrap up an undefeated season and maintain their No. 1 spot in the playoffs, while the Gators need a miracle after suffering a surprise upset against LSU last week. Florida is in a position to play in the CFP if absolutely everything goes ahead, but it will all start with a huge defeat to Alabama, the favorite of 17-points.

What will the CFP rankings look like on Sunday? We’ll find out soon enough, but while winning is all that matters, we’re concerned about whether these teams will cover their spread. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports throughout the day for college leg football coverage from the opening kickoff to the final whistle on Saturday. Let’s take a look at our expert selection for Championship Week.

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Pack-12: No. 13 USC vs. Oregon (Friday)

Nothing realized about this Pack-12 season, so why play the title game? An unbeaten USC would be a better representative for the league during the Bowl season than a two-defeated Oregon team that didn’t really qualify for the league title game. But USC’s clutch magic is bound to end at some point, and you can trust Ducks is ready to wash the taste of constant losses to the League’s enemies. Pick: reg Reagan (+3) – David Cobb

Big Ten: No. 4 Ohio State v. No. 14 Northwest

Latest hurdles:

Ohio State Bookies -18.5

The tendency here is to put issues with Ohio State as the bookies will raise an issue. If you want to do that, I say go for it. Me? I’ll stay at Wildcats. I don’t think Northwestern has a good chance of winning this game, but I can feel that they will try to conclude it. It’s a complete whirlwind of everything the Northwest likes. No one seems to have his prayers. It’s all about the Ohio State playoffs. Its athletic director is leaving to take over the ACC. His longest defensive coordinator is retiring after the season. There are also rumors – as enthusiastic as they possibly are – that Pitt Fitzgerald may be in line for the Chicago Bears coach. We’ll get Northwestern’s absolute best effort here. That’s probably not enough to win, but it will be enough to keep in three touchdowns. Pick: Northwest (+20.5) – Tom Fornelly

Big 12: No. 6 Iowa State v. No. 10 Oklahoma

Latest hurdles:

Oklahoma Sunners -5.5

Oklahoma’s winning streak included a 27-14 win over lone Hinchki Baylor. The Suners were confused in the bear’s defense, showing that, yes, it is still possible to make this group look human. Iowa State has some excellent defenders at all three levels and got the best of Oklahoma for the first time. To win or lose here, Iowa State is playing well on both sides of the ball so Oklahoma can be predicted again. Pick: Iowa State +5.5 – Ben Kerscheval

ACC: No. 2 Notre Dame Vs. No. 3 Clemson

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Clemson Tigers-10.5

The line is just rude for Notre Dame, a team that has been playing at a high level on a week-in, week-by-week basis for almost the entire season. The Fighting Irish were 5.5-point underdogs when they won the Indiana South Band earlier this year and now they find themselves in the match again as a double-digit dog? Red zone defense is a great way to cover a spread, so while I think Clemson wins, it won’t be more than a touchdown. Pick: Notre Dame +10.5 – Chip Patterson

SEC: No. 1 Alabama Vs. No. 7 Florida

Latest hurdles:

Alabama Crimson Tide-17

Not only will Alabama beat Florida, it will beat it like a drum. I am talking about the victory lap of all victory lps. The Gators will raise an issue considering the best way to slow down the Crimson Tide offense anyway, it’s a strong running game that will keep Mc Jones. And co on the side. Florida is not that team. Throw the LSU into a hangover from damage, and this will become ugly. Pick: Alabama (-17) – Barrett Sally

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