Bleacher Report's Post Spring Practice College Football Playoff Predictions

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Bleacher Report's Post Spring Practice College Football Playoff Predictions
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Spring practices are in the books—mostly. Miami (Ohio), Oregon and Oregon State will wrap things up in the first weekend of May, but basically, we're entering the long summer months before preseason camp. 

That means it's time to update Bleacher Report's way-too-early predictions for the inaugural College Football Playoff. (You may recall a post-signing day prediction of a similar nature.) 

While it's true that spring practices (and games) don't provide a complete measuring stick for teams—depth charts are nowhere near complete, and there are injuries to account for—they do etch a picture with some detail. What position battles were solved? Which ones still have room for improvement? What are the causes for hope and concern? Did any early enrollees make an impact? These are the types of questions that hopefully get answered. 

The obvious fault with way-too-early predictions is that they're made long before anything substantial can materialize. For all anyone knows, teams that went .500 last year could make up the playoff field. But that's part of the fun. 

With that in mind, which four teams made our updated cut for College Football Playoff?

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