With the 11th weekend of the 2017 season in the books, it's time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances.
Also, you will likely get a chance to see TCU vs. Oklahoma Part II down in Dallas in the Big 12 title game.
Will Muschamp. Everything's coming up Muschamp, the SC coach whose team clinched a winning season with a 28-20 victory over Florida - the same Florida that fired him three years ago, has already discarded his successor and is buried in a 3-6 dumpster fire of a season.
Big Ten - No. 6 Wisconsin can clinch the Big Ten West by beating No. 25 Iowa. And the Badgers, if they take care of business against MI and whoever emerges in the I-got-it-you-take-it Big Ten East (most likely Ohio State), will secure a berth in the playoff. The Spartans would especially be in great shape.
Clemson. The Tigers (9-1, 7-1 ACC) secured a workmanlike 31-14 victory over Florida State to lock up a third consecutive ACC title game appearance. The Coastal leader No. 7 Miami has a nonconference game against No. 3 Notre Dame, but the Hurricanes can still the division if Virginia Tech (at Georgia Tech) and Virginia (at Louisville) lose. Georgia could have survived an SEC title game loss, even in blowout fashion, at 12-1.
Oklahoma holds wins over both Ohio State and Oklahoma State.
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Big 12 - No resolution in sight, but No. 8 TCU at No. 5 Oklahoma and No. 12 Oklahoma State at No. 24 Iowa State could provide a lot of clarity.
The game is dripping with nostalgia and soaked in College Football Playoff implications.
SEC Network analysts Chris Doering and Gene Chizik gave their own top six rankings Saturday night during the post-game show. Notre Dame 4. Clemson 5. If the Buckeyes run the table in impressive fashion, the hunch here is that they'll end up in the playoff. A loss would be crushing to unbeaten Miami's playoff hopes, but the Hurricanes could still win the ACC, finish 11-1 and likely be in the final four conversation.
After the first release of the rankings this season, Hocutt said "the committee gave a slight edge to Georgia (for No. 1) due to their win on the road against a very strong Notre Dame". It won't come easy, knowing that the Sooners' offense has to deal with TCU's seventh-ranked defense. A two-loss team making the playoff is seeming like a more realistic possibility all the time. However, when Nebraska (4-6, 3-4 Big Ten) - big, physical Nebraska and the Black Shirts defense - allows 409 rushing yards in a 54-21 loss to an average Minnesota team, it warrants a mention. Which four teams do you think ultimately rise to the top? Missouri quarterback Drew Lock leads the nation in touchdown passes.
Bruins coach Jim Mora could be in big trouble. Though the Bulldogs remain one of the country's five undefeated programs and sit atop the College Football Playoff rankings, not everyone is sold on their strength of schedule, a problem rarely faced by an SEC football program this late in the season.
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