Can anyone beat Alabama?

Probably not, but ESPN’s SEC blog picked the top six candidates that could face Nick Saban’s undefeated wrecking ball in the College Football Playoff and ranked them in order of their ability to legitimately challenge the Crimson Tide.

Sitting pretty at 10-0 (7-0) and on a 22-game winning streak, the No. 1 team in America has already clinched the SEC West. It will be getting a nice rest for its starters this weekend when it faces Chattanooga before playing Auburn in the Iron Bowl — a game that lost its luster when the Tigers fell to Georgia in Week 11.

Alabama will then see either Florida or Tennessee — two teams that are currently unranked —  in the conference title game. Expected to be 13-0, the Tide would cruise into the playoff as the top overall seed.

Here’s ESPN’s list of teams that would then have the best chance of knocking off the defending national champions:

1. Louisville: “Whenever you have a quarterback of Lamar Jackson’s caliber, you have a puncher’s chance.”

2. Clemson: “Let’s not forget what Deshaun Watson did to Alabama’s defense last year. We’re talking about 478 total yards of offense and four touchdowns.”

3. Ohio State: “Yes, these Buckeyes are young. And, yes, you don’t know what you’re going to get from them from week to week. But we’re talking about just one game, and if everything comes together there’s no doubt they’re one of the best teams in the country.”

4. Oklahoma: “Forget those early-season losses to Houston and Ohio State. Since then, Oklahoma has become a different team, reeling off seven straight wins.”

5. Michigan: “Even with Wilton Speight sidelined, there’s a lot to like about this Michigan team, starting with Jim Harbaugh.”

6. Washington: “You can’t make a mistake against Alabama and expect to win. And in Jake Browning, Washington has perhaps the most efficient quarterback in the country.”