College Football Preview: 10 Questions for New Playoff Era

When Georgia lost a heartbreaker to Clemson to open last season, 38-35, its title hopes were effectively dashed. Thanks for playing. That won't be the case this year. If Georgia loses to Clemson on Saturday, they will still be in the title hunt--so long as they win their next game against South Carolina. If Michigan State loses to Oregon in week 2, their season won't be done--so long as they win the Big Ten. If Alabama or Florida State get shocked on Saturday, they too will still be alive. Welcome to college football's new playoff era, where more teams can cling to hope and one early season loss won't destroy a season. The regular season will be just as, if not more, meaningful and intense even with a four-team playoff at the end.
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