College football playoff predictions for 2023

Riley Wiggins, Sports Writer

College football season is drawing to a close, and it’s time to make our predictions for the 2023 college football playoffs. With the emergence of new teams and the ever-changing landscape of college football, there are a lot of intriguing possibilities this year. Let’s take a look at who we think will make it to the playoffs in 2023. 

Georgia is a perennial contender for the playoffs, and this year looks no different. They have the talent, experience, and coaching staff to make a run for the title this year. Led by head coach Kirby Smart, they should be in contention this year.

Michigan has been on the rise since Jim Harbaugh took over as head coach in 2015. He has made some outstanding recruiting decisions that have paid off in spades. Their quarterback J.J. McCarthy is one of the best in the nation, and he has been able to lead them to victory against some tough opponents this year. 

Ohio State is always a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the college football playoffs. This year should be no different as they have an experienced team and one of the best coaches Ryan Day at the helm. They have won two National Championships under his guidance and they could do so again in 2023 if they can stay on top of their game.    

TCU is another team that could make a run at the championship this year. Led by Head Coach Sonny Dykes, they have talented players on both sides of the ball and could surprise some people with their success in 2023, if everything goes according to plan for them.                                                                                                     

As you can see from the projections above, there are several teams that could make a serious run at becoming National Champions next year. From Georgia’s experienced roster led by Coach Smart to Ohio State’s young but talented squad under Ryan Day. There is no shortage of potential champions out there, vying for a spot in the championship in 2023. It should be an exciting playoff picture.