Who has the best chance to make the College Football Playoff?

Without many upsets in Week 1, the Allstate Playoff Predictor doesn't see too much movement this week.

Clemson remains at the top ahead of its battle with Texas A&M on Saturday (3:30 p.m., ABC), while LSU is at No. 3 ahead of its top-10 matchup with Texas (7:30 p.m., ABC). Those two games are sure to shake up the playoff odds.

The SEC, meanwhile, continues to dominate, with three of the top four teams (No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 LSU, No. 4 Georgia). Alabama seems unlikely to be seriously challenged until October, while Georgia has a monster Week 4 showdown with Notre Dame looming. The Fighting Irish check in at No. 6 in the playoff predictor, with a 28% chance of making the top four.

And while Florida State, Tennessee and UCLA all say goodbye following disappointing Week 1 losses, Oregon remains the lone one-loss team to stay alive following its tough defeat at the hands of Auburn. The Tigers, meanwhile, are 10th, with a 9% chance of reaching the playoff.

As far as the Group of 5 is concerned, UCF and Boise State lead the way with a 1% chance each, following wins over Florida A&M and Florida State, respectively.

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