College Football's Last 4 Team Playoff Lineup Set
College Football's final 4 team playoff has arrived. The last of the old era of limited opportunity. Whether the diluted 12 team approach will enhance or deteriorate the college football landscape can be discussed in the upcoming years.
This year we have Georgia, Michigan, TCU, and Ohio State, and all teams have a legit chance though most feel Georgia is a tough match up for any college football team. So many hopefuls fell off the rails this year like Oregon, Alabama, USC, Tennessee and a few others.
Georgia is the favorite to win it all and first faces off against Ohio State in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Michigan goes up against TCU in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl. New years eve games to get the New Year festivities off to a roaring start.
Michigan might just have Harbaugh's best squad and the Wolverines are the most relaxed group he has ever trotted out onto the gridiron according to some reports. If the games were played in inclimate cold weather I'd take Michigan for a title run.
TCU stayed in the national title picture even with a final loss to ruin their perfect season in the Big 12 chamionship game. It will be interestig to see how the squad responds to the challenge of a bounce back situation.
Ohio State is a powerful challenge for Georgia and is the match up most will be interested in I'd imagine. After a disappointing loss to Michigan a few ago, Ohio State is ready to show they are the top team in the country.
No matter how these two games turn out, fans will see the top four teams in the country and the two victors shall play for the National Chamionship in an epic battle. Let's hope no injuries or bad officiating cause issues with any of the games.
All things considered, I'm picking Georgia to win the title in the last year of a four team playoff. In the future, College Football will move to a 12 team playoff approach.