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ESPN Releases New Predictions For Power 5 Conference Champions

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This weekend's slate of college football games is in the books. There were a few surprising results - namely Virginia Tech's devastating loss to Old Dominion.

With Week 5 fast-approaching, ESPN updated its Football Power Index. The computer model is a measure of overall team strength.

After the update, here are the conference title favorites.

ACC: Clemson - 70.3 percent chance

A general view of the stadium as the Clemson Tigers take on the Florida State Seminoles.

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Big 12: Oklahoma - 50.9 percent chance

Oklahoma takes on Ohio State back in 2017.

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Big Ten: Ohio State - 33.3 percent chance

Dwayne Haskins throwing a pass against Michigan.

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Pac-12: Washington - 48.7 percent chance

General view of Husky Stadium.

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SEC: Alabama - 64.9 percent chance

Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide walks on the field against the Florida Gators before the SEC Championship.

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Washington remains the only conference title favorite with a loss on the season. Meanwhile, Stanford remains undefeated, and just scored a major comeback win over No. 20 Oregon in hostile territory.

Still, ESPN's FPI likes the Huskies to take the Pac-12.