WATCH: Colin Cowherd explains why he doesn't think Georgia will make College Football Playoff
When the first 2017 College Football Playoff rankings come out on Tuesday, the Georgia Bulldogs are almost guaranteed to be among the top four teams.
However, FOX Sports host Colin Cowherd doesn’t think the Bulldogs will be in the top four at the end of the season, when it really counts.
According to the segment below, Cowherd thinks a potential Alabama-Georgia SEC Championship Game would serve as a CFP eliminator, especially since it will be played on a neutral field:
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“I don’t want to hear about Alabama-Georgia,” he said. “They play probably in the last game of the year on a neutral field. First of all, the SEC isn’t good enough this year to have two teams and it makes absolutely no sense to have Bama play Georgia on a neutral field and then have them play three weeks later on a neutral field.
“Penn State and Ohio State can play again because they haven’t played on a neutral field, and yeah, that matters.”
There are still four weeks left in the regular season to sort things out, but we’ll have to wait and see if Cowherd’s predictions are proven correct.