CFB Predictions Sure to go Wrong (Part 3)

Part III offers predictions sure to go wrong from the “Big 5” conferences which are the ACC, Big Ten, Big XII, PAC-12 and SEC conferences.


My predictions for the “Big 5” conferences

Atlantic Coast Conference –

Atlantic: 1. Florida State 2. Clemson 3. Louisville 4. North Carolina State 5. Syracuse 6. Wake Forest 7. Boston College
Coastal: 1. Virginia Tech 2. Miami (FL) 3. North Carolina 4. Pittsburgh 5. Duke 6. Georgia Tech 7. Virginia
ACC Title Game (Charlotte): Florida State over Virginia Tech

Big Ten –

East: 1. Michigan State 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. Penn State 5. Maryland 6. Indiana 7. Rutgers
West: 1. Wisconsin 2. Iowa 3. Nebraska 4. Northwestern 5. Minnesota 6. Illinois 7. Purdue
B1G Title Game (Indianapolis): Michigan State over Wisconsin

Big XII –

1. TCU 2. Oklahoma 3. Baylor 4. Oklahoma State 5. Kansas State 6. Texas 7. Texas Tech 8. Iowa State 9. West Virginia 10. Kansas

PAC-12 –

North: 1. Oregon 2. Stanford 3. Washington 4. Washington State 5. Oregon State 6. California
South: 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. Southern California 4. Arizona 5. Utah 6. Colorado
PAC-12 Title Game (Santa Clara): UCLA over Oregon

SEC –

East: 1. South Carolina 2. Missouri 3. Georgia 4. Florida 5. Tennessee 6. Vanderbilt 7. Kentucky
West: 1. LSU 2. Auburn 3. Alabama 4. Mississippi State 5. Mississippi 6. Texas A&M 7. Arkansas
SEC Title Game (Atlanta): South Carolina over LSU

Tomorrow I’ll give you my picks for the College Football Playoff and a top 25

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