MIAMI, FL — Watch live streaming coverage of College Football Playoff selection Sunday show on the WatchESPN on Dec. 2. ESPN will also have live television broadcast.
Watch the show as the teams and respective Bowl games unfold in real time, starting at 12:00 pm ET.
With championship weekend now history, college football fans are now bracing for the final verdict on which four teams will contend for the national championship next month.
No. 1 and defending college football champion Alabama (13-0) cemented its place in the Top Four with an exciting 35-28 victory over No. 4 Georgia to win the SEC title in a repeat of last year’s national championship battle.
No. 2 Clemson (13-0) also earned its spot in the last four, following a 42-10 thumping of Pittsburgh on Saturday night to become the first team to win four uninterrupted Atlantic Coast Conference championships.
That leaves two spots.
Many believe the undefeated Notre Dame, which was inactive this weekend and has four wins over ranked teams this year, deserves to be in the Top as well.
That means the likes of Big 12 champion Oklahoma, currently at No. 5, Big Ten champ Ohio State, currently at No. 6 and American Athletic Conference champion UCF, currently sits at No. 8 – will be on the edge while they wait on the selection committee to decide.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart thinks his team deserves to be in the Top Four, but I find it hard to see the selection committee sending a two-loss SEC runner-up team through.
Selection Sunday is always full of excitement and this year isn’t expected to be any different.
No. 13 LSU v No. 2 Georgia Live Updates, Stream, Scores
No. 1 Alabama Crushes Louisiana-Lafayette, 56-14 For 5th Win