Iowa snubbed from ESPN's latest Playoff Predictor
Even as the No. 2 team in the country, Iowa is still getting snubbed when it comes to the College Football Playoff.
ESPN Stats & Info released the latest Allstate Playoff Predictor on Tuesday which predicts each team’s chances of winning the National Championship.
Georgia roses up to the top spot as the Bulldogs now have a 46% chance of winning it all. After that comes Alabama, though the Crimson Tide dropped down to 18% after its loss to Texas A&M this past Saturday.
The B1G is represented twice after those 2 SEC teams as Ohio State comes in with a 10% chance to win it all, and Michigan with a 6% chance.
.@GeorgiaFootball retains its spot at the top of the Allstate Playoff Predictor as the team with the highest chance to win the National Championship.@AlabamaFTBL is now down to 18% after its loss to Texas A&M
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 12, 2021
Not including the Hawkeyes on here is still a bit odd considering they just took down one of the best teams in the country on Saturday (Penn State).
It looks like Iowa will just have to keep winning in order to get on there and its next test will come this Saturday against Purdue.