Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum, both of ESPN, recently sat down to assess the College Football Playoff picture after Week 5.

Week 5 had plenty of action, with several Top-25 teams losing. Kentucky most likely took itself out of the playoff discussion after losing at Ole Miss. North Carolina State is another top team that essentially erased its Playoff hopes this weekend.

However, certain teams helped their case with big wins.

“Clemson has survived a two-week gauntlet, that really, really speaks well to the job Dabo Swinney is doing there,” said Finebaum. Finebaum noted that Clemson still has Notre Dame, but he has been impressed with their performance.

Finebaum also noted that “in the SEC, essentially nothing has changed”, noting that Alabama and Georgia are still the top dogs in the conference.

Alabama ended up covering against Arkansas, while Georgia beat Missouri 26-22.

No. 3 Ohio State easily dismantled Rutgers, 49-10, and 4th-ranked Michigan took care of Iowa, 27-14.

Finebaum also took the opportunity to throw some shade at Oklahoma, Finebaum noting, “I don’t know how they could’ve looked any worse”. Barrie chimed in, stating “for a defensive coach, they don’t even have coverage in the same zip code”, referencing Oklahoma coach Brent Venables.

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