College Football Playoff picks after Week 10

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Find out who our reporters pick after Week 10 for the College Football Playoff.

11:50 PM ET ESPN staff We knew entering the week we'd lose either Georgia or Tennessee from the list of six remaining unbeaten teams. The question following the Saturday game between the Bulldogs and Vols was how it would affect the loser. Allstate Playoff Predictor How will Saturday's top games affect the College Football Playoff chase? What are the current odds for the top four? The Allstate Playoff Predictor has the answers. Check back every week as the odds are updated following that week's games. Playoff Picks Teams (Record) Votes Georgia (9-0) 15/15 Ohio State (9-0) 15/15 TCU (9-0) 15/15 Michigan (9-0) 12/15 Oregon (8-1) 2/15 Tennessee (8-1) 1/15 Turns out, Georgia's 27-13 win was enough to keep Tennessee off of all but one ESPN ballot. The Georgia defense held Tennessee without a first-half touchdown for the first time since 2020. The Dawgs outscored a team that entered the game with a plus-173 points margin in the first half this season, the best in FBS, 24-6 before halftime. Georgia entered the game with 10 sacks this season, the fewest in the SEC. The Bulldogs sacked Hendon Hooker six times and had the Heisman favorite harried all night. Elsewhere, Ohio State survived a scare at Northwestern, where winds exceeding 45 mph muddled any offensive efforts. The Buckeyes couldn't convert on any of their eight third-down opportunities in the first half and quarterback C.J. Stroud had just 76 passing yards for the game. His career-best 79 rushing yards proved pivotal in a 21-7 victory, though. Michigan and TCU also remained unbeaten, separating themselves in the second half against Rutgers and Texas Tech, respectively. The Horned Frogs are now a unanimous selection among ESPN's voters for the first time this season. With all that in mind, here's a look at how ESPN's college football reporters see the current playoff picture. Andrea Adelson: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Blake Baumgartner: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Kyle Bonagura: 1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. TCU Bill Connelly: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Heather Dinich: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU David Hale: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Tennessee 4 TCU Chris Low: 1. Georgia, 2. Ohio State, 3. Michigan, 4. TCU Harry Lyles Jr.: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Ryan McGee: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. TCU 4. Oregon Adam Rittenberg: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. TCU 4. Michigan Alex Scarborough: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Mark Schlabach: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Paolo Uggetti: 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. TCU 4. Oregon Tom VanHaaren: 1 Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. TCU Dave Wilson: 1 Georgia 2. Ohio State 3 Michigan 4. TCU