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ESPN experts make College Football Playoff, national title picks

AP: 2016 College Football Preview


ESPN's college football experts have made their picks for the 2016 season.

The first college football game of the '16 season is set to take place on Friday, with Hawaii playing California in Sydney, Australia. More games take place next Thursday and first real college football Saturday takes place on Sept. 3.

In anticipation of the start of the season, ESPN's college football experts have made their predictions for the season.

You can view all of their predictions here, but here are their College Football Playoff and national title picks. ESPN had 10 analysts make predictions.

College Football Playoff teams

  • Clemson – 8/10 analysts
  • Oklahoma – 8/10 analysts
  • Alabama – 5/10 analysts
  • Florida State – 4/10 analysts
  • Ohio State – 4/10 analysts
  • LSU – 4/10 analysts
  • Michigan – 2/10 analysts
  • Stanford – 2/10 analysts
  • Tennessee – 1/10 analysts
  • UCLA – 1/10 analysts
  • Notre Dame – 1/10 analysts

National champion

  • Clemson – 6/10 analysts
  • Alabama – 3/10 analysts
  • Florida State – 1/10 analysts

Who are you picking to win it all this year?

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