Sunday, November 11, 2018

Pitt, Northwestern, South Carolina are now postseason bowl eligible.

Week 11 of the 2018 college football season is over, meaning its time to see which teams are headed to at least a postseason bowl, and which teams are in danger of missing out.



Twelve teams became postseason eligible on Saturday, including Northwestern, Texas A&M, and Pitt. Twenty-four teams are still seeking an increasingly elusive sixth win, including South Carolina and Miami.

For thirteen teams that have four wins, it's basically win out or go home. Teams in this category include Florida State, Virginia Tech. and TCU.


Here's the post Week-11 look at the postseason landscape.
Teams with an "*" before their names earned their sixth win on Saturday.

Power Five Conferences


ACC

Postseason Eligible (Six or more wins)

Clemson (9-0)

Syracuse (8-2)

Boston College (7-2)

Virginia (7-3)

Duke (7-3)

North Carolina State (6-3)

*Pitt (6-4)

*Georgia Tech (6-4)

Five Wins (Magic Number: 1)

Wake Forest (5-5)

Miami (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2) 

Florida State (4-6)

Virginia Tech (4-5)

Big 12 

Postseason Eligible

Oklahoma (9-1)

West Virginia (8-1)

*Iowa State (6-3)

Texas (6-3)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Texas Tech (5-4)

Baylor (5-5)

Oklahoma State (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2) 

TCU (4-6)

Kansas State (4-6)

Big Ten

Postseason Eligible

Michigan (9-1)

Ohio State (9-1)

Penn State (7-3)

*Northwestern (6-4)

Michigan State (6-4)

Wisconsin (6-4)

Iowa (6-4)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Maryland (5-5)

Indiana (5-5)

Purdue (5-5)

Minnesota (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Illinois (4-6)

Pac-12 

Postseason Eligible 

Washington State (9-1)

Washington (7-3)

Utah (7-3)

Oregon (6-4)

*Arizona State (6-4)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Stanford (5-4)

USC (5-4)

Cal (5-4)

Arizona (5-5)

Colorado (5-5)

SEC 

Postseason Eligible 

Alabama (10-0)

Georgia (9-1)

LSU (8-2)

Kentucky (7-3)

Florida (7-3)

Missouri (6-4)

*Texas A&M (6-4)

Auburn (6-4)

*Mississippi State (6-4)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

South Carolina (5-4)

Tennessee (5-5)

(Ole Miss is 5-5, but is under the NCAA banhammer)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Vanderbilt (4-6)

Group of Five Conferences 


American Athletic Conference

Postseason Eligible 

Central Florida (9-0)

Cincinnati (9-1)

South Florida (7-3)

Houston (7-3)

*Temple (6-4)

*Memphis (6-4)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

SMU (5-5)

Tulane (5-5)

Conference USA 

Postseason Eligible 

UAB (8-1)

Middle Tennessee (7-3)

Louisiana Tech (7-3)

Florida International (7-3)

North Texas (7-3)

*Marshall (6-3)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Florida Atlantic (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Charlotte (4-6)

Southern Miss (4-4)

MAC 

Postseason Eligible 

Buffalo (9-1)

Northern Illinois (7-3)

Ohio (6-4)

Western Michigan (6-4)

*Eastern Michigan (6-5)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Toledo (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Akron (4-5)

Mountain West 

Postseason Eligible 

Utah State (9-1)

Fresno State (8-2)

Boise State (8-2)

San Diego State (7-2)

Hawai'i (6-5)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Nevada (5-4)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Air Force (4-6)

Wyoming (4-6)

Sun Belt 

Postseason Eligible 

Troy (8-2)

Appalachian State (7-2)

Georgia Southern (7-3)

Louisiana-Monroe (6-4)

*Arkansas State (6-4)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

Costal Carolina (5-5)

Louisiana-Lafayette (5-5)

Independents

Postseason Eligible 

Notre Dame (10-0)

Army (8-2)

Five Wins (MN: 1)

BYU (5-5)

Four Wins (MN: 2)

Liberty (4-5)

UMass (4-7)




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