What if Sam Howell score on North Carolina's go-ahead two-point conversion attempt vs. Clemson in Week 5?
The Tigers had two timeouts and one minute, 17 seconds to erase a two-point deficit, but prior to their go-ahead touchdown drive eight minutes earlier, their offense gained 42 yards (on 18 plays) on four second-half possessions. If Howell scores — or North Carolina scores on a different play — and Clemson loses, how does that impact the final College Football Playoff Rankings? Does Georgia replace the Tigers in the four-team field?
This week on the High Motor podcast, we discussed the five plays that built the 2019 playoff field and broke down their impact on the eventual playoff selections.
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