ESPN’s AllState College Football Playoff Predictor has released its updated projections after Week 10 of some of the top teams in the nation, including 2 teams from the B1G. No. 2 Ohio State has an 87% chance of making the CFP while No. 3 Michigan has a 62% chance, per the Playoff Predictor.

Ohio State has the second-best odds to make the CFP after No. 1 Georgia who leads the way with a 91% chance. The Buckeyes are coming off a 21-7 road win over Northwestern where they trailed for nearly the entire first half.

Michigan has the fourth-best odds to make the CFP after Georgia, Ohio State, and No. 5 Tennessee, who lost to Georgia 27-13 in Athens in Week 10.

An undefeated No. 4 TCU team has the seventh-best odds to make the CFP at 16%, just behind No. 10 Alabama. The Crimson Tide suffered their second loss of the season in Week 10.

According to ESPN’s Playoff Predictor, there could be two rematches from the regular season between Ohio State and Michigan as well as Georgia and Tennessee.