Every year in college football, there are only a handful of teams in each conference capable of earning league supremacy. They duke it out for the conference title, leaving the rest of the teams to fend for scraps.
ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI) has updated its rankings for the spring. One of the metrics they use is the probability of winning each conference.
Here's a look at the conference favorites for each Power-5 league, complete with their chance of winning their respective conferences.
The Big Ten looks like it will be the hardest to win, given how low Ohio State's chances are as the "favorite." Somewhat surprisingly, Alabama is not the team to beat in the SEC.
ACC: Clemson (68.5 percent)
Big Ten: Ohio State (28.1 percent)
Big 12: Oklahoma (54.0 percent)
Pac-12: Washington (51.6 percent)
SEC: Georgia (41.6 percent)
You can view ESPN's entire set of conference title probability rankings here.