Brady Quinn Has 3 SEC Teams In College Football Playoff


The SEC made history three years ago when two conference programs were selected to the College Football Playoff. Brady Quinn expects the conference to out-do itself once again in the unprecedented 2020-21 season.

The Big Ten and Pac-12 won’t be playing football this fall. As a result, the four playoff teams will be selected from the ACC, Big 12 and SEC, unless there’s a Group of 5 program that’s deemed worthy of the postseason. In that unlikely scenario, there’s a strong chance either the ACC, Big 12 or SEC is represented by two of its programs.

The SEC has accomplished the impressive feat once already. Alabama and Georgia both earned berths in the 2017-18 College Football Playoff. The Tide wound up knocking off the Bulldogs in the national championship thanks to Tua Tagovailoa’s late-game heroics.

Fast forward a few years later, Quinn predicts the SEC will field three teams in this season’s College Football Playoff. He predicts Alabama and Georgia will be joined by the Florida Gators. Clemson is also in the mix.

There’d have to be a whole lot of chaos for the SEC to earn three of the four playoff berths. But crazier things have happened.

Alabama and Georgia play each other once, as do the Gators and Bulldogs. Meanwhile, Alabama and Florida don’t play during the regular season. It’s no impossible for all three to make the playoff.

But for that to happen, the Big 12 would have to have an underwhelming year. The SEC begins its respective season on Sept. 26.

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