While Alabama continues to be the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, and as expected, is the highest rated in ESPN’s Allstate Playoff Predictor model, the B1G has taken a significant role in the listing.

When Wisconsin rolled over Michigan Saturday night, it not only impacted their postseason hopes, but also a number of teams in the conference.

The Badgers’ 49-11 win over the Wolverines increased their chances of playing in their first College Football Playoff from 40.6% to 54.9%, and their chances of winning the CFP from 8.6% to 17.5%.

Fellow B1G teams Ohio State and Indiana, scheduled to meet this Saturday, were also impacted.

The Buckeyes had their game with Maryland cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, had their chances drop from 73.6% to 61.4%, and their chance of winning dropped from 27.2% to 21.2%.

For the Hoosiers, in spite of a dominant win over Michigan State, they also had their chances drop of making the playoff, from 3.3% to 1.6% and their chance to win from 0.2% to 0.1%.

Here is the list, with teams over a 1% chance of making the playoff.

TEAM (RECORD) / MAKE PLAYOFF / WIN TITLE
Alabama (6-0) / 88.8% / 37.7%
Ohio State (3-0) / 61.4% / 21.2%
Wisconsin (2-0) / 54.9% / 17.5%
Notre Dame (8-0) / 48.7% / 5.4%
Clemson (7-1) / 42.8% / 9.6%
Oregon (2-0) / 29.8% / 2.7%
BYU (8-0) / 25.1% / 1.5%
Florida (5-1) / 17.9% / 2.7%
Cincinnati (7-0) / 12.0% / 0.7%
Texas A&M (5-1) / 6.7% / 0.5%
USC (2-0) / 4.8% / 0.2%
Northwestern (4-0) / 3.3% / 0.2%
Indiana (4-0) / 1.6% / 0.1%