What four teams made Paul Finebaum’s College Football Playoff?

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With the college football regular season over, Paul Finebaum sees four teams that would now make the college football playoffs. And it all comes with one not insignificant caveat – there's another week of conference championship games to play.
After a wild weekend that included Ohio State, Clemson and LSU all losing, it was clear who the top four teams in the country are as it goes to the college football playoffs.
The ESPN analyst is the most respected voice in college football and has the largest platform in all of college sports. When Finebaum speaks, the college football world listens.
Looking into the crystal ball ahead of the College Football Playoff rankings release this week, Finebaum had no surprises in his top four teams to make the playoffs:
"I would say Georgia, Michigan TCU and Southern Cal," Finebaum said in an interview with RutgersWire on Monday.
TCU, Finebaum says, is poised to advance to the College Football Playoffs if they win the Big 12 Championship Game.
"I think TCU is in the Cincinnati role from a year ago, where and I don't want to, I mean, I know every time I talk about TCU — I get a throwback about their schedule and all that stuff. I think that's overrated," Finebaum said.
“I think it is and unfortunately for TCU they didn't play against what I would call the elite teams. So for me it's really important how you play and what you do against the teams. They don't know, the country's No. 24 is good but has no chance of being a contender. And that's the only thing I don't know about her. i mean i know Georgia played against Tennessee. I know Michigan played Ohio State and Penn State. I just do not know. I haven't — I don't know enough about TCU, even in 12 games, to tell you you're beating Kansas State for a conference championship.
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Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire

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