Winner Of LSU vs Oklahoma Very Clear, Says ESPN
The winner of LSU vs Oklahoma is very clear, says ESPN.
Coming into this past college football weekend there were two major questions that needed to be answered.
The first was: who would ultimately be the No. 1 overall seed in the College Football Playoff?
Everyone knew it would either be LSU or Ohio State, and that the winner would have an easier path to the National Championship game because they’d play the No. 4 seed instead of Clemson.
Clemson may have underwhelmed some this year due to a lack of competition, but they’re still the defending champs.
The answer to the first question ended up being LSU.
The second question was: who would capture the No. 4 seed?
If Georgia had found a way to defeat LSU, the final postseason berth would have belonged to the Bulldogs.
Unfortunately for them LSU ended up winning the game, opening the door for the winner of the Big 12 Championship Game to claim the final spot in the College Football Playoff.
When it was all said and done, the Sooners claimed the No. 4 seed.
This week, ESPN ran a statistical analysis of the upcoming Dec. 28 showdown between LSU and Oklahoma.
According to the worldwide leader, LSU has a 67.4 percent of emerging victorious.
Will Oklahoma be able to shock the world and take down arguably the best team in the nation? Time will tell.