Ohio State’s loss to Oklahoma is a good thing for Penn State, if you ask one ESPN college football analyst.
The Buckeyes dropped out of ESPN’s latest playoff projection, with Oklahoma unanimously sliding in as the new No. 2. Three of the four writers picked some order of Alabama, Oklahoma, USC and Clemson, but Edward Aschoff has Penn State as his new No. 4.
Penn State moved to 2-0 with a 33-14 win over Pitt on Saturday, and will take on Georgia State in Week 3. The win over Pitt was another step forward for James Franklin’s team, even if the coach said it was no different from beating Akron in Week 1.
Here’s who ESPN’s panel of reporters (Aschoff, Chris Low, Adam Rittenberg, Mark Schlabach), have in their projected College Football Playoff:
|NAME||NO. 1||NO. 2||NO. 3||NO. 4|
|Edward Aschoff||Alabama||Oklahoma||Clemson||Penn State|