All 14 weeks of the college football season are in the books, and the official announcement for bowls and the CFB Playoff is just hours away. Clemson, Oklahoma and Georgia secured playoff bids with wins in conference championship games, but the No. 4 spot between Ohio State and Alabama remains uncertain going into Selection Sunday. With the Week 14 contests completed, it's time to revamp the bowl projections one more time before the final announcements are made on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Western Michigan, MTSU and Buffalo are outside of our bowl projections and are on the bubble to make a bowl game.
The start of college football’s 2017-18 bowl season is less than one month away, but it’s never too early to take a peek at the potential matchups this postseason.
The bowl season features 40 matchups, with five games on Dec. 16 starting the 2017-18 slate. The postseason concludes on Jan. 8 with the national championship, while the playoff semifinals are on Jan. 1 this year.
Here's a look at how the 2017-18 postseason might look with the latest bowl projections:
College Football Bowl Projections After Week 14
* Indicates conference is not expected to fill its allotment of bids and spot will be filled by at-large team. Bold indicates team has accepted bid to bowl.