Paul Finebaum sees some of the same teams involved in the College Football Playoff as in recent years unless Michigan and Jim Harbaugh have something to say about it.

Finebaum shared those thoughts on his latest appearance on “McElroy and Cubelic In the morning” on WJOX out of Birmingham, Alabama.

“Because he is certainly in the best position to crack open a new spot,” Finebaum said. “His first of a three-pronged ouija board starts this weekend.”

Finebaum then addressed what he called the “Cincinnati conundrum.”

“Cole, I don’t want to sound like the cranky guy on a Monday morning, but the more college football I watch, the more ridiculous I think it is that Cincinnati is No. 2 in the country. Any door I go down is going to lead me to questions about, ‘Well, that’s not how you’re supposed to do it.’ But I just look at teams versus teams, and tell me somebody that, is Cincinnati going to be Georgia? No. Is Cincinnati going to beat Ohio State? No. Can Cincinnati beat Alabama? No. I think they’re overseeded, quite frankly.”