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For years, the SEC has dominated college football, emerging as the top conference in the country, putting at least one team in every single College Football Playoff since it began during the 2014 season.

During an appearance on McElroy and Cubelic In The Morning this week, Paul Finebaum admitted that it’s “very easy to draw up a path” for a College Football Playoff without any SEC teams in the field.

“I like the odds of the SEC getting in. Maybe that’s some bullishness on my part or bullheadedness on my part I should say. But, yeah, it’s very easy to draw up a path [with no SEC teams in the SEC],” Finebaum said on the show, according to On3. “It involves a couple of undefeated teams. It probably involved a Florida State–LSU situation where they trump LSU. And the Texas over Alabama thing comes back into it.”

Obviously, the easiest way for an SEC team to make the College Football Playoff would be for the Georgia Bulldogs to simply win out and enter the field as an undefeated SEC champion. But if Georgia slips up in the next few weeks, it could lead to a pretty messy situation for the SEC.