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Watch: Paul Finebaum Explains Why Clemson Will Lose At Some Point During The Regular Season

Paul Finebaum explains why Clemson will lose on First Take. He believes Big Ten football teams will compete for the College Football Playoff in 2017.

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Paul Finebaum doesn't expect Clemson to go undefeated.

On Tuesday morning, college football analyst Paul Finebaum went on ESPN's First Take and delivered his fair share of, well, takes, and one of them centered around Clemson and how he believes the Tigers will lose at least once this year in the regular season.

A lot of analysts have described Clemson and Alabama being leaps and bounds above every other program in the country, but that's not the case with Finebaum, who refers to himself as a "contrarian."

"At some point you run into someone ... at some point you do lose. I don't think it will happen with Alabama, but I do think it will happen to Clemson."

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Finebaum also added that he believes Alabama will be in the playoff, but he's "not sure" about Clemson.

According to ESPN's FPI, Clemson has a 29 percent chance of going undefeated.