Last Saturday proved to be one of the more memorable day’s in college football odds history, especially if you were one of the many people who tuned in to the Michigan and Ohio State Game. It was an end to end battle that went into double OT, and which ended up being decided by a call that will be debated for years to come. It certainly looked as though the Wolverines had stopped Ohio State on 4th down to clinch the game, and a playoff spot, but it was called a first down, and the Buckeyes then scored on the next play. It was a huge win for Ohio State, but one that is going to leave the Playoff Committee with a decision to make. Do you put a team that didn’t win its conference, or even its division for that matter, into the playoffs? Chances are that the Buckeyes will get in, most likely at the expense of Washington, but can they go on and win the whole thing? Here are 3 reasons why we believe they won’t.
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