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Alabama: There aren't many teams that are capable of giving Alabama a run for its money and Ohio State wouldn't be one of those teams. The Crimson Tide are one of the more complete teams in the country and giving Nick Saban a month to prepare would give them a huge advantage.
Notre Dame: Another great defensive team. Notre Dame has seen its fair share of dual-threat quarterbacks this season and has done a good job keeping them in check. This game would likely be close due to the Irish's inconsistent offense, but you have to give the edge to the great defensive club.
Oregon: Do you see how many points the Ducks average a game? Although this should change next season, Ohio State is a one-man show on the offensive side of the ball. Quarterback Braxton Miller simply wouldn't be able to match Chip Kelly and his high-flying offense by himself.
Florida: The Gators have the fifth-ranked defense in the country and a running game that gave LSU, Florida State and South Carolina problems this year. Urban Meyer has improved this Buckeye defense in one season, but it isn't quite physical enough yet to withstand a team like Florida.
Florida State: If you haven't received the hint by now, great defensive units would be able to beat this Ohio State team. Right now, the Buckeyes rely mainly on Miller at quarterback, as everybody else around him has had issues stepping up. A one-dimensional offense simply won't work against Top 25 defenses.
Stanford: Read above.