Week 12 Recap

Three of the five undefeated teams went down this week, and 2 of them lost at home. Michigan State and Baylor shook up the college football world and TCU almost upset Oklahoma. Two SEC East teams went into OT against so-called “cupcake” opponents. There are only 2 weeks left before the final rankings come out, and with Rivalry Week coming up, anything could happen.

How I Fared: (4-2 this week, 42-32 overall)

Conference Overviews
-Alabama scored 49 points in the first half to beat Charleston Southern 56-6. Derrick Henry rushed for 2TDs on just 9 carries for 68 yards. This was a tune-up game for the Iron Bowl for the Tide.
-Florida got a big scare with Florida Atlantic. The Owls came into the Swamp and forced OT but the Gators survived with a 20-14 win. Treon Harris threw 2TDs and RB Kelvin Taylor rushed for 106 yards and a TD. Neither team scored in the first half.
-Ole Miss beat LSU 38-17 to keep their SEC West hopes alive. LSU continues to slide and has now lost 3 games in a row and it looks like Les Miles will not be in Baton Rouge next season. Chad Kelly had a big game (like I predicted), throwing 2TDs and rushing for 2 more. Leonard Fournette had 108 yards on the ground, but did not find the end zone.
-South Carolina lost to The Citadel 22-23. SCAR went up 22-17 midway through the 4th quarter, but couldn’t convert on the two-point play. The Citadel scored on their next drive and the Gamecocks turned the ball over on downs on their final 2 drives of the game. Tyler Renew rushed for 174 yards and 2 scores for the Bulldogs.
-Auburn earned its 6th win over the season with a 56-34 win over Idaho. This means, that for the second straight season, all 7 of the SEC West teams are bowl eligible (hopefully they will do better than 2-5 this time around). Tiger QB Jeremy Johnson threw 2TDs and rushed for 2 more. The Vandals turned the ball over 3 times in this game.
-Mississippi State beat Arkansas 51-50 in a game that featured career games for both QBs. Dak Prescott was 30/50 for 508 yards, 5TDs and an INT (that was deflected), and also rushed for 2TDs. Brandon Allen was 30/43 for 406 yards and 7TDs (and also caught a two-point conversion). His final TD of the night, the 63rd of his career, he broke Ryan Mallett’s school record for career TD passes. Mississippi State blocked Cole Hedlund’s 29-yard go-ahead FG attempt at the end to secure the win. The Hogs went into halftime down 31-21, but forced turnovers on three consecutive Bulldog drives and scored TDs on all of them to go into the 4th with a 42-31 lead. The Arkansas defense couldn’t stop Dak in the 4th quarter and even though State missed a PAT, the Hogs only scored once in the final 15 minutes. It was freezing in the stands. But the Hogs are even with the state of Mississippi now. Neither defense really showed up for this game.
-Georgia needed OT to beat Georgia Southern 23-17 at home. Sony Michel was the MVP for the Bulldogs, rushing for 132 yards and the game-winning TD in OT. The SEC East is not having a good year.
-Tennessee got out to an early lead and beat Missouri 19-8 in Gary Pinkel’s final home game for the Tigers. Missouri’s staunch defense played a big part in this game, forcing 5 FG attempts from Tennessee. Vols kicker Aaron Medley connected on 4 of them. Josh Dobbs ran for a TD and Jalen Hurd racked up 151 yards on the ground. Drew Lock rushed for Missouri’s only score of the night.
-Texas A&M blanked Vanderbilt 25-0. Vanderbilt might have a very good defense, but much like Missouri, their offense is sluggish at best. Aggie kicker Taylor Bertolet was 6/7 on FGs. Kyle Allen threw for 336 yards and a TD to Josh Reynolds. Vanderbilt only had 148 total yards (still more than Ohio State, but I’ll get to that in a minute).
-Kentucky routed Charlotte 58-10 to keep their bowl hopes alive. Jojo Kemp rushed for 165 yards and 3TDs, Stanley Williams rushed for 140 yards and 2TDs and Sihiem King rushed for 91 yards and a score.
Next Week: MIZ at ARK (Fri), UGA at GT, 1CLEM at SCAR, LOU at UK, 2ALA at AUB, VAN at TENN, 18OM at 21MSST, 13FSU at 12UF, TAMU at LSU

Big 10:
-Michigan State upset Ohio State 17-14 on a last second 41-yard FG by Michael Geiger. Sparty’s defense held the high-powered Buckeyes to just 132 yards. Heisman hopeful Ezekiel Elliott to just 33 yards and 1TD. JT Barrett was just 9/16 for 46 yards and a TD to Jalin Marshall. Connor Cook didn’t play for Michigan State. His backup, Tyler O’Connor threw a TD to Trevon Pendelton and Gerald Holmes rushed for a score. This opens up a lot of playoff possibilities.
-Iowa beat Purdue 40-20 to remain one of the two only undefeated teams in the country. CJ Beathard threw 3TDs for the Hawkeyes and LeShun Daniels Jr. rushed for 2 scores. Purdue cut the lead to 7 early in the 3rd quarter, but Iowa pulled away.
-Michigan went on the road and beat Penn State 28-16. This game went back and forth in the first half, but Michigan pulled away just enough to get the win. Penn State had first and goal from the 6 and the 3 in the 4th quarter, but came away with FGs each time. Michigan returned a kickoff 55 yards to set up their final TD to put the game out of reach. Penn State went 4-and-out on their final drive and Michigan was able to run the final 4 minutes off the clock.
-Northwestern was able to edge Wisconsin 13-7. The Badgers turned the ball over 5 times and the Wildcats turned that into 10 points. Justin Jackson rushed for 139 yards and a TD. Northwestern kicker Jack Mitchell was 2/4 on FGs. Wisconsin had 1st and goal from the 1-yard line at the end of the game, but couldn’t score.
-Rutgers started fast against Army and held on to win 31-21. Paul James rushed for 116 yards and 3TDs for the Scarlet Knights. Chris Carter was 4/6 for 140 yards and a TD and rushed for 111 yards and another score for Army.
-Indiana overcame an early 21-3 deficit to beat Maryland 47-28 for their first Big 10 win of the season. The Hoosiers outscored Maryland 44-7 after the first quarter. Nate Sudfeld threw for 385 yards and 4TDs and also rushed for a score. Brandon Ross rushed for 250 yards and 3TDs (79 yards, 22 yards, 75 yards) for the Terps. Indiana needs one more win to get to 6 wins and an almost 100% guarantee of a bowl game.
-Minnesota used a big second quarter to beat Illinois 32-23. Shannon Brooks rushed for 174 yards and 3 scored for the Golden Gophers. Wes Lunt threw 2TDs and an INT for Illinois. A FG made it a one-point game, but after trading punts, Minnesota scored quickly thanks to a 75-yard run by Brooks. The two-point conversion made it a two-possession game. Illinois was driving, but fumbled on the Minnesota 29-yard line with 16 seconds remaining. Both of these teams need one more win to secure a bowl bid.
Next Week: 4Iowa at NEB (Fri), 8OSU at 10MICH, IND at PUR, MD at RUT, PSU at 5MSU, WIS at MIN, 16NW at ILL

Pac 12:
-Stanford clinched the Pac 12 North with their win over California and will face the winner of the USC-UCLA game in the Pac 12 Championship game. Christian McCaffrey had another big game, rushing for 192 yards, catching a TD, and returning a kickoff 98 yards for a score. McCaffrey was named a finalist for the Maxwell Award and the Doak Walker Award.
-UCLA beat Utah 17-9. The Utes will be without star RB Devontae Booker for the rest of the season and that really hurt them in this game. Josh Rosen threw for 220 yards and a TD and Paul Perkins rushed for 98 yards and a score. Utah kicker Andy Phillips was 3/3 on FGs. UCLA will face USC to decide who will face Stanford in the Pac 12 Champ game.
-Oregon’s offense started out hot to beat USC 48-28. Vernon Adams was 20/25 for 407 yards and 6TDs. Royce Freeman rushed for 147 yards. Cody Kessler threw 2TDs and Justin Davis rushed for 141 yards.
-Arizona State won the Territorial Cup over Arizona 52-37. Mike Bercovici threw a pick six and Brandon Dawkins threw 2 pick sixes on back-to-back drive in the 4th quarter. Each QB also threw 2TDs and rushed for another. These two teams combined for more than 1,000 offensive yards. Arizona State is now bowl eligible.
-Washington had no problem going on the road to Oregon State. The Huskies won 52-7 behind Jake Browning’s 4 passing TDs. Washington had the ball for 41:22.
-Washington State won their 8th game of the season by beating Colorado 27-3. Luke Falk was carted off the field after a hard hit. Before leaving, he threw a TD. His backup, Peyton Bender also threw a TD. Gerard Wicks rushed for 123 yards for the Cougars as well.
Next Week: ORST at 17ORE (Fri), 20WSU at WASH (Fri), COLO at 23Utah, 22UCLA at USC, 6ND at 9STAN, ASU at CAL

Big 12:
-Baylor went on the road to undefeated Oklahoma State and left with a 45-35 win. The Bears lost Jarrett Stidham to a broken bone in his ankle. Before being injured, Stidham threw a TD. His backup, Chris Johnson threw 2TDs and rushed for another. KD Cannon caught 5 passes for 210 yards and 2TDs. Mason Rudolph was 27/50 for 430 yards and 3TDs and JW Walsh threw a TD and rushed for a score. The game was tied at 14 after the first quarter, but Baylor rattled off 24 unanswered points to put all the pressure on the Cowboys. Baylor totaled 700 yards of offense and overcame turning the ball over 3 times.
-Oklahoma escaped a late rally by TCU to win 30-29. Continuing with the unfortunate trend of QBs getting injured, Baker Mayfield left the game but threw 2TDs before suffering a head injury. Samaje Perine rushed for 188 yards and a TD. Sooner kicker Austin Seibert was 3/4 on FGs, giving OU just enough points to win. Tevone Boykin’s backup, Foster Sawyer, started off strong, but finished 1/10 with 3INTs before being replaced by Bram Kohlhausen who threw 2TDs. His pass attempt on the two-point conversion was batted away to seal the OU victory. Aaron Green rushed for 126 yards and a TD for the Horned Frogs. Oklahoma had 24 points off of 4 TCU turnovers.
-West Virginia shut out Kansas 49-0. The Mountaineers rushed for 426 yards and 5TDs, and had 3 players get over the 100-yard mark. The score was 42-0 at the half. WVU racked up 630 yards of total offense.
-Kansas State needed a late rally to beat Iowa State 38-35. The Cyclones were shut out in the second half. Joel Lanning threw 3TDs and rushed for another while Mike Warren rushed for 195 yards and a score. Joe Hubener threw a TD and so did Glenn Gronkowski (brother of Gronk). Charles Jones rushed for 2TDs for the Wildcats and Morgan burns added a 100-yard kickoff return TD. Kansas State forced a fumble deep in Iowa State territory that set up the game winning, 42-yard FG by Jack Cantele with 3 seconds left. This win keeps Kansas State’s bowl hopes alive. ISU turned the ball over 5 times.
Next Week: TTU at TEX (Thurs), 7BAY at 19TCU (Fri), ISU at WVU, KSU at KU, 3OU at 11OKST

-Clemson used a big first half to beat Wake Forest 33-13. Clemson is one of the final two undefeated teams in the country. Deshaun Watson threw for 343 yards and 3TDs and also rushed for a TD. Clemson outgained Wake Forest by 400 yards in this game despite turning the ball over 4 times.
-Boston College gave Notre Dame all they could handle, but lost 16-19. BC scored the final 13 points of the game, but could not recover the onside kick with 54 seconds left. Jeff Smith rushed for an 80-yard TD and also threw a TD. The Eagles forced 5 turnovers, but were not able to convert any of them into points.
-Florida State took care of business against Chattanooga 52-13. Sean Maguire threw 2TDs and Dalvin Cook rushed for 2 scores. The Seminoles will go to the Swamp to play rival Florida next.
-Virginia Tech fought hard to give head coach Frank Beamer a win against North Carolina in his final home game, but they came up short, 27-30, in OT. The game was tied going into the 4th quarter, but UNC’s Elijah Hood rushed for 2TDs after 2 Hokie turnovers. The two teams then traded turnovers before VT scored. UNC fumbled on their next drive and VT was able to drive and score to tie. Virginia Tech had to settle for a FG in OT and North Carolina was able to find the endzone to win. Virginia Tech now needs to beat Virginia to get to 6 wins to go to their 23rd straight bowl game.
-North Carolina State beat Syracuse 42-29. Jacoby Brissett and Zack Mahoney each threw 2TDs and an INT, but NC State’s Darian Roseboro ran Mahoney’s back for a TD. The difference in this game was NC State rushing for 276 yards and 3TDs.
-Miami beat Georgia Tech 38-21 behind a 17-point 2nd quarter. Mark Walton rushed for 2TDs and also caught a TD. The Yellow Jackets turned the ball over 4 times and Miami was able to convert those into 21 points.
-Virginia scored 21 in the first quarter and beat Duke 42-34. Matt Johns threw for 344 yards and 2TDs, Olamide Zaccheaus threw a TD and caught one. Taquan Mizzell rushed for 2TDs for the Cavaliers as well. Thomas Sirk threw a TD and Parker Boheme threw a TD and rushed for another score. TJ Rahming caught 12 passes for 190 yards and a TD for the Blue Devils.
-Pittsburgh scored 35 points in the 2nd quarter and beat Louisville 45-34. Nathan Peterman threw 4TDs and Qadree Ollison rushed for 152 yards and a score. Kyle Bolin threw 2TDs and Lamar Jackson threw a TD and rushed for another. The Cardinals rushed for a net of -1 yards in this game.
Next Week: MIA at PITT (Fri), UGA at GT, LOU at UK, 1CLEM at SCAR, VT at UVA, BC at SYR, Duke at WF, 14UNC at NCST, 13FSU at 12UF

-Notre Dame survived Boston College with a 19-16 win at Fenway Park. DeShone Kizer threw for 320 yards, 2TDs, and 3INTs. The Irish turned the ball over 5 times but Boston College was unable to turn them into any points. This win hurt Notre Dame in the polls and the Committee dropped them down to 6th in the rankings.
-Army started slow against Rutgers and lost 21-31. Chris Carter was 4/6 for 140 yards and a TD and also rushed for 111 yards and a score for the Black Knights. Rutgers turned a missed FG and a fumble into TDs to help them beat Army. Paul James rushed for 3TDs and 116 yards for Rutgers.
-BYU routed Fresno State 52-10. The score was tied at 3 after the first quarter, but then BYU’s offense kicked it into high gear. Tanner Mangum threw for 336 yards and a TD and Algernon Brown rushed for 97 yards and a score. Francis Bernard rushed for 2TDs on just 8 total yards. The Cougars outgained Fresno State 520-275 in total yards.
Next Week: BYU at USU, 6ND at 9STAN

-East Carolina thumped UCF 44-7. This was UCF’s 11th loss of the season. Blake Kemp was 35/50 for 465 yards and 4TDs. Chris Hairston rushed for 123 yards and a TD. ECU racked up 622 yards of total offense. UCF turned the ball over 3 times.
-South Florida went into halftime with a 51-3 lead and beat Cincinnati 65-27. Quinton Flowers threw 4TDs and Marlon Mack rushed for 106 yards and 2 scores. Gunner Kiel and Hayden Moore each threw two INTs in the game. The Bearcats turned the ball over 6 times, making it very hard for them to be competitive.
-Navy remained unbeaten in conference play with their 44-21 win over Tulsa. The Midshipmen rushed for 469 yards and 5TDs as a team to overcome Tulsa. The Golden Hurricane only rushed for 78 net yards as a team. Navy will now face Houston to determine who goes to the AAC’s first conference championship game.
-Connecticut upset previously undefeated Houston 20-17. The Huskies went into the 4th quarter with a 13-3 lead. Brandon Wilson returned a kick 94 yards for a TD with 9:36 left to get within 3, but turned the ball over on downs and threw an INT on their final 2 drives. Garrett Anderson and Bryant Shirreffs each threw TDs to Noel Thomas. The Cougars turned the ball over 4 times in the game.
-Temple beat Memphis 31-12 to extend the Tigers’ losing streak to 3 games. PJ Walker threw 2TDs and David Hood and Kip Patton each rushed for TDs for the Owls. Memphis did not score a TD. Kicker Jake Elliott was 4/5 on FGs. The Tigers were outgained 232-461 in total offensive yards.
-SMU got their second win of the season in a 49-21 thumping of Tulane. Matt Davis rushed for 156 yards and a TD and Xavier Jones rushed for 117 yards and 3 scores. Prescott Line and Braeden West each rushed for scores as well. Neither team turned the ball over in the game.
Next Week: USF at UCF (Thurs), 15Navy at HOU (Fri), TULS at TUL (Fri), CIN at ECU, SMU at MEM, UConn at 25TEM

Mountain West:
-Air Force beat Boise State 37-30 to clinch their spot in the MWC Championship game against San Diego State. Karson Roberts threw 2TDs and rushed for another. Kicker Luke Strebel was 3/3 on FGs to help the Falcons. Brett Rypien threw for 237 yards and a TD and Jeremy McNichols rushed for 151 yards and a score. BSU kicker Tyler Rausa was 3/4 for FGs on the night. Boise State had to settle for a FG with 11 seconds left and were unable to recover the on-side kick. The Falcons outgained the Broncos 607-378 in offensive yards. Air Force overcame 4 turnovers in the win.
-San Diego State traveled to UNLV and shut down the Rebels in a 52-14 rout. The Aztecs rushed for 286 yards and 5TDs. Kurt Palandech threw 2TDs for the Rebels. UNLV turned the ball over 4 times. Both of UNLV’s TDs came in the 3rd quarter.
-Fresno State got trounced by BYU 10-52. Bulldog QB Zack Greenlee threw 3 picks and one of them was returned for a TD. Fresno State had no answer for the Cougars and their offense.
-Utah State had a comeback win over Nevada 31-27. This was Utah State’s 6th win of the season. James Butler rushed for 139 yards and 2 scores for the Wolf Pack and Devante Mays rushed for 133 yards and 2TDs for the Aggies. Utah State’s only points of the first half came when Hunter Sharp returned a kick 96 yards for a TD. Nevada scored quickly in the 3rd quarter, but Utah State blocked the PAT. Kyler Fackrell recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD in the 4th quarter and gave the Aggies a 28-27 lead. Jake Thompson hit a 43-yard FG with 35 seconds left to secure the win.
-Colorado State beat New Mexico 28-21 on the road. The go-ahead score came with 8:41 remaining in the 4th quarter on Izzy Matthews’ TD run. The Rams successfully converted on the two-point attempt to make it a 7-point lead. New Mexico threw INTs on their final two drives to seal the CSU win.
-San Jose State went to Hawaii and won 42-23. The Spartans scored 35 in the first half to secure the win. Kenny Potter threw for 312 yards and 3TDs and also rushed for 2 more scores. Tyler Ervin rushed for 114 yards and a score. Ikaika Woolsey threw 2TDs and RB Paul Harris rushed for 179 yards and a TD. If SJSU wins their next game they will be bowl eligible.
Next Week: BSU at SJSU (Fri), UNLV at WYO, BYU at USU, CSU at FRES, AF at UNM, NEV at SDSU, ULM at HAW

-Toledo went on the road and beat Bowling Green 44-28. This is a possible preview of the MAC Championship game. Phillip Ely threw a TD and rushed for another. Kareem Hunt rushed for 153 yards and 2TDs. Matt Johnson threw for 274 yards, 3TDs to Gehrig Dieter, and 2INTs. Toledo kicker Jameson West was 3/4 on FGs. Bowling Green turned the ball over 5 times.
-Ohio beat Ball State 48-31. JD Sprague threw 3TDs and AJ Ouellette rushed for 121 yards and 2TDs. Riley Neal threw 2TDs and ran for another for the Cardinals. Ohio gained 607 yards in this game.
-Central Michigan went on the road and beat Kent State 27-14. Cooper Rush threw for 337 yards and a TD and Jahray Hayes rushed for 2 scores. All 14 of Kent State’s points came in the second quarter. The Chippewas had the ball for 38:22 in this game.
-Northern Illinois scored 13 points in the 4th quarter to beat Western Michigan 27-19. Zach Terrell and Ryan Graham each threw 2TDs and an INT. Jordan Huff rushed for 159 yards and a score for the Huskies. WMU had 1st and goal from the 4 with just over 4 minutes left but turned the ball over on downs.
-Miami of Ohio beat Massachusetts 20-13 to get their first road win in their last 23 attempts. The Redhawks scored the final 10 points of the game. UMass was driving, but got picked off on the 11-yard line. The Minutemen got the ball back with just 26 seconds remaining and couldn’t move the ball.
-Akron doubled up Buffalo 42-21. Thomas Woodson threw 4TDs and Donnell Alexander rushed for 143 yards and 2 more scores. Jordan Johnson rushed for 2TDs for the Bulls. Buffalo turned the ball over 3 times. The Zips led the whole game.
Next Week: BG at BALL (Tues), Ohio at NIU (Tues), WMU at 24TOL (Fri), KENT at AKR (Fri), EMU at CMU (Fri), UMass at BUFF (Fri)

-Florida Atlantic came close to pulling off the biggest upset of the season but ended up losing to Florida 14-20 in OT. Jaquez Johnson threw a TD for the Owls and Ocie Rose recovered a fumble in the end zone to tie the game with 8:03 left. The Owls blocked Florida’s PAT in OT but were unable to get into the end zone to win. FAU held Florida to just 252 yards of offense.
-Middle Tennessee routed North Texas 41-7. Brent Stockstill threw for 322 yards and 3TDs for the Blue Raiders. This was MTSU’s 6th win of the season and almost guarantees them a bowl.
-The Hilltoppers crushed FIU 63-7 to get to 9 wins on the season and set up a play in game for the CUSA Championship game with Marshall in their next game. Brandon Doughty threw 3TDs and D’Andre Ferby rushed for 3 more for WKU. WKU held FIU to just 168 total yards (still more than Ohio State).
-Southern Mississippi continues to dominate, this time beating Old Dominion 56-31. The Golden Eagles scored the final 35 points of the game to get the win. Nick Mullens threw 2TDs and rushed for another, but the star of the game was RB Jalen Richard who rushed for 161 yards and 4TDs. ODU QB Shuler Bentley threw 3TDs. USM outgained ODU 612-338.
-Louisiana Tech held on to beat UTEP 17-15. This is interesting because LT is a team known for scoring a lot of points. Jeff Driskel threw 2TDs for the Bulldogs. UTEP got the ball back with 44 seconds left and were driving, but just didn’t have enough time to win. They got all the way to the Louisiana Tech 18-yard line before time expired.
-UTSA used a 21-point second quarter to beat Rice 34-24. Dalton Sturm threw 2TDs and rushed for another on and Jarveon Williams rushed for 163 yards and 2 scores. Driphus Jackson threw for 359 yards, 2TDs, and 2INTs. The Owls turned the ball over 3 times.
-Charlotte got routed by Kentucky 10-58. Brooks Barden threw a TD and 2INTs. The 49ers were unable to stop Kentucky and were outgained 415-146 in rush yards. The Wildcats rushed for 6TDs.
Next Week: MRSH at WKU (Fri), USM at LT, FAU at ODU, MTSU at UTSA, CHAR at Rice, UTEP at UNT

Sun Belt:
-Texas State outlasted ULM in a defensive battle 16-3. Tyler Jones threw 2TDs to Lawrence White for the Bobcats. Texas State outgained ULM 334-181 in total yards.
-Georgia State rallied in the 2nd half to beat South Alabama 24-10. Nick Arbuckle threw for 311 yards and a TD and rushed for a score as well. Tyreis Thomas rushed for the Jaguars’ only TD of the game. This win keeps the Panthers’ bowl hopes alive.
-Idaho lost 34-56 to Auburn. The Vandals have been scoring a lot of points in their recent games and this game was no different. Jake Luton threw a TD and ran for a TD. Matt Linehan and Elijhaa Penny each also ran for TDs. Callen Hightower had 8 catches for 161 yards and a TD as well. The Vandals turned the ball over 3 times but outgained Auburn 479-460.
-New Mexico State edged Louisiana-Lafayette 37-34 on the road. Andrew Allen threw 4TDs for the Aggies and Larry Rose III rushed for 191 yards. Kicker Parker Davidson was 3/3 on FGs to help get the win. Brooks Haack threw for 283 yards and 2TDs and Elijah McGuire rushed for 159 yards and 2 more scores. ULL kickers were 2/3 on FGs. The game-winning FG came with 1:29 remaining. ULL threw a pick on their final drive to secure the win for NMSU.
-Georgia Southern came close to upsetting Georgia, but lost 17-23 in OT. LA Ramsby rushed for a TD and Caleb Williams returned a fumble 62 yards for a score. GASO hit a FG to take a 17-14 lead with 9:21 left in the 4th quarter, but was unable to score again. The Eagles went 4-and-out in their OT possession and Sony Michel scored on UGA’s first play in their possession to win.
Next Week: Troy at GAST (Fri), ULL at APP, USA at GASO, ARST at NMSU, TXST at Idaho, ULM at HAW

Top 25
1Clemson 33 Wake Forest 13
2Alabama 56 Charleston Southern 6
9Michigan State 17 3Ohio State 14
4Notre Dame 19 Boston College 16
5Iowa 40 Purdue 20
10Baylor 45 6Oklahoma State 35
7Oklahoma 30 18TCU 29
8Florida 20 Florida Atlantic 14 OT
11Stanford 35 California 22
12Michigan 28 Penn State 16
UCLA 17 13Utah 9
14Florida State 52 Chattanooga 13
22Ole Miss 38 15LSU 17
16Navy 44 Tulsa 21
17North Carolina 30 Virginia Tech 27 OT
Connecticut 20 19Houston 17
20Northwestern 13 25Wisconsin 7
Temple 31 21Memphis 12
23Oregon 48 24USC 28

Stats and Scores from ESPN.com

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CFP Top 25

1. Georgia
2. Michigan
3. Alabama
4. Cincinnati

5. Oklahoma State
6. Notre Dame
7. Ohio State
8. Ole Miss
9. Baylor
10. Oregon
11. Michigan State
12. BYU
13. Iowa
14. Oklahoma
15. Pittsburgh
16. Wake Forest
17. Utah
18. NC State
19. San Diego State
20. Clemson
21. Houston
*23. Kentucky
*24. Louisiana
25. Texas A&M

Dropped Out: 14Wisconsin, 22UTSA

Poll released on Tuesdays

AP Top 25

1. Georgia (12-0,8-0)
2. Michigan (11-1,8-1)
3. Cincinnati (12-0,8-0)
4. Alabama (11-1,7-1)
5. Oklahoma State (11-1,8-1)
6. Notre Dame (11-1)
7. Ohio State (10-2,8-1)
8. Ole Miss (10-2,6-2)
9. Baylor (10-2,7-2)
10. Oregon (10-2,7-2)
11. Michigan State (10-2,7-2)
12. BYU (10-2)
13. Oklahoma (10-2,7-2)
14. Utah (9-3,8-1)
15. Iowa (10-2,7-2)
16. Houston (11-1,8-0)
17. Pittsburgh (10-2,7-1)
18. Wake Forest (10-2,7-1)
19. San Diego State (11-1,7-1)
20. Louisiana (11-1,8-0)
21. NC State (9-3,6-2)
*22. Clemson (9-3,6-2)
23. ARKANSAS (8-4,4-4)
24. Texas A&M (8-4,4-4)
*25. Kentucky (9-3,5-3)

Dropped Out: 15UTSA (11-1,7-1), 19Wisconsin (8-4,6-3)

Bowl Eligible Teams

SEC: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M
Big 10: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Wisconsin
Big 12: Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, West Virginia
ACC: Boston College, Clemson, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, NC State, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest
Pac12: Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah
Independents: Army, BYU, Liberty, Notre Dame
American: Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, SMU, Tulsa, UCF
Mountain West: Air Force, Boise State, Fresno State, Nevada, San Diego State, Utah State, Wyoming
Sun Belt: Appalachian State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Louisiana, Western Kentucky
C-USA: Marshall, MTSU, North Texas, Old Dominion, UAB, UTEP, UTSA
MAC: Ball State, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Miami (OH), Northern Illinois, Toledo, Western Michigan,

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