The first Playoff Predictor of the 2019 season has arrived.

ESPN’s Playoff Predictor made its season debut during the Paul Finebaum Show on Monday, highlighting the 10 teams with the highest percentages to land a spot in the four-team field. Two B1G teams made the top 10, but they may not be who you’d expect.

Michigan led the way for the B1G, given a 42 percent chance to reach the College Football Playoff. And it was Penn State who rounded out the top 10, having an 8 percent chance to play for a title.

Ohio State was noticeably outside the top 10, coming in at No. 12. Here’s a full look at the Top 10:

The SEC led the way with the most teams in the mix, as Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Florida all cracked the top 10. Oklahoma was the Big 12’s only representative, Clemson was the only team from the ACC and Oregon was the lone squad out of the Pac-12. Notre Dame also was in the mix.

What are your thoughts on ESPN’s first Playoff Predictor?