I still think it's very unlikely that two SEC teams get into the playoff, but the most likely path I see involves the B1G and the Pac 12. First, Oregon beats MSU easily establishing the weak B1G narrative from the start of the season. MSU goes on to beat OSU and win the B1G, but the B1G is weak is already beaten into everyone's head. Meanwhile in the Pac, Oregon or Stanford, it doesn't matter which, goes on to the Pac 12 championship game and loses to a two-loss champ from the south (USC or UCLA could both fill this role). A two-loss Pac champ wouldn't be too hard to pass over, and you can't exactly take a one-loss runner-up ahead of the champ either. Finally, in the SEC west if any of Alabama, LSU, or Auburn finish with only one loss, and that loss is on the road to the eventual SEC champ, both the champ and a one-loss SEC team look like easy picks along with ACC champ and Big 12 champ.