It’s time for titles to be won and trophies to be handed out. It should be one of the most interesting times on the calendar, bursting with excitement over ticking a key marker off on the list of accomplishments every team has on their yearly quest.
Unfortunately, events like South Carolina knocking off No. 10 Clemson and No. 11 LSU inexplicably faltering in College Station have largely rendered most of the title games moot when viewed through the lens of the College Football Playoff race. Georgia, Michigan and TCU have essentially locked up bids with a hefty body of work on their résumés, and each can make it into the final four even with a loss on Saturday.
The only game with any real postseason stakes attached to it is the Pac-12 championship game on Friday night in Las Vegas. If USC wins, the Trojans are in and the CFP is simple and clean-cut. If they lose, the list of options the Selection Committee will be taking a second look at (Ohio State, Alabama) won’t be playing this weekend anyway.
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