There are still several things that are unknown about the committee responsible for college football playoffs, but what is clear from last year’s playoff rankings is that voters value a strong schedule for their NCAAF betting picks. Looking at the 2015 schedule across the league, a good number of playoff-hopeful teams have found themselves lucky, landing a healthy list of high-level games both within and outside their conferences.
As we wait for the start of the season and the buzz of activity in the college football odds and lines, here is a look at some of the top non-conference that could potentially have an effect on those who make it to the 2015-16 NCAA Football playoffs.
Michigan State vs. Oregon
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