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2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Conference Championship Week Preview (12/18/20-12/20/20)

Yo how’s it going everybody? I know I have not posted a lot but my goal (now that I am out for school for Christmas break) is too post as much as I can during the next two and a half weeks. Anyway, here’s you 2020-2021 College Football Conference Championship Week Preview.

CFP Top 6

1.Alabama Next Game: vs.7.Florida

2.Notre Dame Next Game: vs.3.Clemson

3.Clemson Next Game: vs.2.Notre Dame

4.Ohio State Next Game: vs.14.Northwestern

5.Texas A&M Next Game: at.Tennessee

6.Iowa State Next Game: vs.10.Oklahoma

My Top 6

1.Alabama Next Game: vs.7.Florida

2.Notre Dame Next Game: vs.3.Clemson

3.Clemson Next Game: vs.2.Notre Dame

4.Ohio State Next Game: vs.14.Northwestern

5.Texas A&M Next Game: at.Tennessee

6.Iowa State Next Game: vs.10.Oklahoma

Oregon at. 13.USC (Friday, 8 PM ET, FOX)

The Pac-12 Championship has always happened on Fridays during the CFP era and this year this no different. USC will get to host Oregon, as the ducks (3-2) replace one loss Washington because of COVID-19 issues within the program. There will be no shortage of talent on the field, though, as Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal has raided southern California and other places for elite talent on national signing days. For USC to even be considered for the playoff they have to hope that their trojans blow out Oregon, Notre Dame beats Clemson, Florida beats Alabama, and potentially more. Projected Score: USC 38, Oregon 34

14.Northwestern vs. 4.Ohio State (Saturday, 12 PM ET, FOX)

FOX gets to broadcast two of the first three conference championship games at the Power 5 level. Ohio State needs a huge win to prove that they are in the playoff, as a 6-0 record does not mean a whole lot to the CFP Committee. But, a Big Ten Championship does add a lot to their resume. Expect Ohio State QB Justin Fields to have a big day but watch out for Pat Fitzgerald’s Northwestern Wildcats. Projected Score: Ohio State 35, Northwestern 24

10.Oklahoma vs. 6.Iowa State (Saturday, 12 PM ET, ABC)

The Sooners are looking to avenge a close loss in Ames tomorrow. Ever since a tough loss to Louisiana-Laffayette, Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell has led his team to an 8-1 Big 12 record. What I am most excited for in this match up is the QB match up, as veteran Iowa State QB Brock Purdy matches up with (RS) Freshman Oklahoma QB Spencer Rattler. Talented Iowa State RB Breece Hall shouldn’t go unnoticed as he has added a caveat to the Iowa State offense that Oklahoma Defensive Coordinator Alex Grinch and his defense should be worried about. Either way it goes, it should be a fun one at Jerry World tomorrow. Projected Score: Oklahoma 42, Iowa State 38

3.Clemson vs. 2.Notre Dame (Saturday, 4 PM ET, ABC)

Without elite QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson fell to Notre Dame in South Bend in double overtime. But now that Lawrence has returned, he should be the difference in Charlotte. The Notre Dame defense has to prove that they are elite by making stops at least every now and then against this Clemson offense. Cannot wait for this one. Projected Score: Clemson 52, Notre Dame 42

7.Florida vs. 1.Alabama (Saturday, 8 PM ET, CBS)

The SEC Championship Game moves from its normal 3:30 PM ET start time to primetime on CBS. Florida’s lackluster loss versus LSU last week might have halted their playoff chances, and even a win versus the Crimson Tide tomorrow would like not kick them out of the playoff picture or put them in it either. But either way, this game is for the Heisman Trophy. Whether the winner is Alabama QB Mac Jones, Alabama WR DeVonta Smith, or it is Florida QB Kyle Trask, it will be determined in Atlanta tomorrow night. Projected Score: Alabama 45, Florida 35

By Carter Huff

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