2021 College Football Playoff (CFP) predictions:

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(CFP) predictions: The College Football Playoff is a thrilling sporting event. Four teams (and more in a few years) battle it out for a chance at immortality, the National Championship.

Familiar faces have dominated the CFP field since its start, and that trend may continue in 2021. College football is a platform of pleasure, passion, and healthy surprises.

On the surface, the CFP contenders.

10. Florida

Except for the upcoming games against Alabama and Georgia, Florida could be a 10-win team. While Emory Jones proves himself at quarterback, many defensive talents will return. However, Their quarterback struggles may drop them out of the top 25 and thus the SEC, but the Gators will flounder.

9. Wisconsin

Wisconsin can win nine games with a light conference schedule. But Notre Dame, Iowa, and a first-round matchup with Penn State are obstacles. The Badgers will break through if the storm passes.

8. Cincinnati

The Notre Dame game could define Cincinnati’s early October success. Even if it’s their only loss, it’ll set them back, but a win puts them in position for a replacement Year’s Six Bowl game.

7: Texas A&M

zJimbo Fisher has a quarterback battle to handle that could determine team success. Texas A&M will resound and push to be the second College Football Playoff team in an always-loaded SEC.

6: North Carolina

North Carolina has lost players on both sides, including Michael Carter II to the Jets. But, the Tar Heels could start 7-0. The second half of the schedule is more complex. But with Heisman Trophy candidate Sam Howell leading the way, the team should reach the top 10. Plus, a less imposing ACC should help.

5: Georgia

JT Daniels, who tore his ACL at USC, was outstanding in four games. The work is his, but so is the team’s success, especially without George Pickens.

A season opener against Clemson also doesn’t help Georgia. No Alabama, Florida, or Texas A&M remain on the schedule, so the upside is high if the Bulldogs beat the Tigers on Sept.

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4: Ohio State

Former top recruit CJ Stroud will likely replace the Chicago Bears draught pick. Stroud is avoiding two former five-star recruits, Jack Miller and Kyle McCord. So, If the redshirt freshman falters, Quinn Ewers, who recently dominated sports talk shows. after enrolling early at Ohio State due to Texas’ restrictions. On high school athletes profiting from their name, image, and likeness, is ready to derail him.

Isn’t that the case? This group is too talented to let anyone out.

Meanwhile, the rest of the team can hold on.

Starting quarterbacks can throw to Chirs Olave. Garrett Wilson may be able to review his prior results. Emeka Egbuka has the chance to shine as a true freshman. Yes, there are plenty of options here. Master Teague, Miyan Williams, and TreVeyon Henderson are all ready to handle reps.

The defense can stop the run, but the secondary and linebacker are weak. This team may struggle against high-powered offenses. If their own does not slow down, especially at quarterback.

But before the Big Ten Championship Game, the Buckeyes have two tests: Oregon on Sept. 11 and Indiana on Oct. 23. Penn State is usually a challenge, but their 2020 campaign was a flop. Nobody knows Indiana. The Pac-12’s most talented team. But a quarterback controversy could affect the first September games. So, If Ohio State wins the Big Ten over Wisconsin and plays for the title, they may have an ideal season. There aren’t enough robust options on the schedule to slow them down. So overwhelming quarterback or not, this team has CFP potential.

3: Oklahoma

The school Football Playoff should form Oklahoma. The Sooners appear in four of the first seven “Final Four” editions. But haven’t won a game, losing to Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, and Joe Burrow’s LSU team. Not the easiest to get through.

Always the defense. Ugly blowouts or other offenses outperforming them in their own forte send them home to regroup. That’s what happens when the Big 12 puts all its eggs in the touchdown-scoring basket.

The Sooners of 2021 are different.

They are Delarrin Turner-Yell, Pat Fields, Woodi Washington, Jaden Davis, and DJ Graham. That beats most years. For the large 12, this team must stop Steve Sarkisian’s Texas and Brock Purdy’s Iowa State. The front seven is legit. It’d be Norman’s most accessible defense in a decade.

Expect greatness from the football side. Spencer Rattler, a Heisman favorite, will likely be the NFL’s first pick. However, The receiver group is large, though many recently visited the transfer portal. Kennedy Brooks is also back after opting out of 2020, giving a potent offense new legs.

If all goes well, Oklahoma will float around the top of the image. The risk is that the defense doesn’t slow down these high-scoring Big 12 offenses. They can’t lose a shootout to Texas Tech or Oklahoma State. This year’s conference is more profound than usual, which helps the Sooners. But it also makes it more critical to winning games if the Red Rivalry fizzles or the Cyclones shock them.

But if Rattler is as advertised, the defense should be fine. This group is capable of making another College Football Playoff appearance.

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2. Clemson

Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne leaving Clemson for the NFL  causes concern. How do you replace a generational quarterback and two championship-caliber players?

Questions remain unanswered. DJ Uiagalelei is fantastic, but he only has Lawrence’s small body of work due to COVID-19. Then there was the comeback against Notre Dame that proved to be huge. The Tigers’ offense won’t miss a beat if Uiagalelei is that quarterback. For anyone doubting Dabo Swinney as an offensive leader, he may already be smiling.

The young starter has plenty of targets, including future NFL stars Justyn Ross and Braden Galloway. Also, a trustworthy offensive line ahead of him will help open holes for an uncertain run.

Many of Clemson’s defensive starters return, adding experience to an already elite group. The secondary will be able to use Nolan Turner and Landen Zanders. while the front seven should dominate the scrimmage. So no major issues here.

Georgia’s test is early. In Athens, Kirby Smart isn’t leading a mediocre group. A loss would set the Tigers back and keep them alert for the rest of the season, but they miss out on UNC and Miami. However It’s to say they didn’t play Citadel in late November. There’s no reason why this team should lose in Week 1.

It also avoided a September blemish on its College Football Playoff resume by scheduling the Georgia game early. “What have you finished me lately?”

1. Alabama

Win a National Title. Repeat. That’s about it for Nick Saban in Tuscaloosa.

Remember when Alabama had a run-heavy offense. a Shaky quarterback, wide receivers, and a dominant defense? Thanks to Lane Kiffin’s influence. However, the Crimson Tide can now recruit the best talent from anywhere in the country. Their top recruits draft high in the NFL Draft, making it all the more appealing to leap Bryant-Denney Sta.