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2014 College Football Playoff Teams Selected

Four teams in

1. Alabama: The Crimson Tide might have wrapped up the No. 1 seed in the playoff by blasting No. 16 Missouri 42-13 in the SEC championship game. Alabama's offense is firing on all cylinders, piling up 97 points and 1,043 yards of offense in its last two victories over Auburn and Missouri.

2. Oregon: The Ducks are going to be one of the top two seeds when the four teams are announced on Sunday, and it might be hard to argue they shouldn't be No. 1. Oregon steamrolled No. 7 Arizona and had a 403-yard advantage in total offense, its largest differential over a Pac-12 opponent in the past 10 seasons.

3. Florida State: The Seminoles weren't dominant once again, but they held off pesky Georgia Tech for a 37-35 victory in the ACC championship game. It was FSU's 29th victory in a row and it finished 13-0 for the second consecutive season. The only remaining debate is whether the Seminoles will be No. 3 or No. 4 on the committee's ballot.

4. Ohio State: It's going to be one helluva debate about whether or not the Buckeyes have done enough to earn the the final spot in the playoff. Ohio State has the worst loss among the contenders -- falling 35-21 to Virginia Tech at home on Sept. 6 -- but it recovered to win its last 11 games and won a Big Ten championship.

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