Week 5 of the college football playoff gave us the most-important result to date as Ohio State took down Penn State in a Happy Valley. With the win, Ohio State jumped in front of Clemson, which struggled with Syracuse, for the No. 3 spot.More importantly, the Buckeyes solidified themselves as the best team in the Big Ten and opened a path to the College Football Playoff. Ohio State still has a trip to East Lansing to play Michigan State and has a home contest against Michigan, but the Buckeyes look like the real deal.ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum agrees. Earlier Wednesday morning, Finebaum was a guest on Get Up where he revealed his College Football Playoff foursome.Here’s Finebaum’s picks after Week 5:AlabamaOhio StateGeorgiaNotre DameFinebaum thinks the Fighting Irish have two of the best wins on the year with a season-opening win over Michigan and a drubbing of Stanford in Week 5.He does, however, have questions about Georgia’s quarterback Jake Fromm. Meanwhile, Fromm has completed over 72-percent of his passes this season with nine touchdowns to just two interceptions.Will these four teams make the playoff?