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The Alabama Crimson Tide are ready for the SEC Championship game against the Georgia Bulldogs after dispatching their hapless rivals the Auburn Tigers.
The South Carolina Gamecocks rode the excellent passing of Dylan Thompson to beat the Clemson Tigers 27-17.
The Florida Gators are all but assured of a Sugar Bowl berth after beating the Florida State Seminoles 37-26.
Nerds are killing sports, but Kansas State-Baylor and Oklahoma-West Virginia were still a lot of fun.
Notre Dame had lagged behind much of the rest of the top tier of college football when it came to the BlogPoll. No more: with losses by Oregon and Kansas State, the Fighting Irish take No. 1 in the Week 13 BlogPoll, and hold a large lead on No. 2. Follow @SBNationCFB
The world's only college football show presents the obvious arguments against every top-five team and is really happy about this Maryland-to-the Big Ten thing.
One week later, Alabama's home loss to Texas A&M practically doesn't exist, at least in terms of the BCS standings and the national championship race. How'd that happen? And does Ohio State have a shot at a share of the title? Follow @SBNationCFB
From upsets to fortune to miraculous plays to Les Miles, Week 12 may have been college football's masterpiece. Follow @SBNationCFB
Notre Dame and Alabama take over for Kansas State and Oregon at the top of the BCS rankings with just weeks to go before bowl season locks in place. Follow @SBNationCFB
Oregon watched its BCS title hopes slide off the cliff and into oblivion. Kansas State got beat by Baylor. Follow @SBNationCFB
The Stanford Cardinal defense issued an historic performance for the ages, and Kevin Hogan did just enough to lift his team over the Oregon Ducks, ruining their national championship hopes.
The Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers combined for over 1,400 yards of total offense in a wild contest in Morgantown. Landry Jones overcame a game for the ages from Tavon Austin to lead Oklahoma to victory.
The Baylor Bears overwhelmed the top-ranked Kansas State Wildcats in all three phases of the game in a 52-24 obliteration.
Their season isn't over. USC could still ruin an archrival's return to glory and win a decent bowl game against a respectable opponent. But these were not the things the Trojans were hoping for. Follow @SBNationCFB Follow @JasonKirkSBN
November 25 UPDATE: This week's projections are up. Last week, this space had Notre Dame vs. Alabama in the Fiesta Bowl and Kansas State vs. Oregon in the BCS National Championship. Recent events have caused these two matchups to switch places. Projections below for every bowl game. Follow @SBNationCFB Follow @JasonKirkSBN
UPDATE: Full BCS rankings are right here. In the meantime, let's face it: for the seventh year in a row, a SEC team is going to play in the BCS National Championship Game. The questions are which one and whether Notre Dame can beat USC.
Devin Gardner of the Michigan Wolverines was responsible for all six touchdowns in the team's 42-17 scorching of the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Tajh Boyd was responsible for eight of Clemson's touchdowns in the 62-48 victory for the Tigers over the N.C. State Wolfpack.
Here are the video highlights of a wild victory for the LSU Tigers over the Ole Miss Rebels.
Johnny Manziel and Manti Te'o are suddenly the top Heisman Trophy contenders as both Colin Klein and Kenjon Barner came up short on Saturday night. Follow @SBNationCFB
No. 16 Oregon State has lost two of its last three games. Feeling this is unacceptable for a team that started 6-0, the Beavers took out their aggressions on the Cal Bears.
The San Jose State Spartans continue to roll over opponents, earning their fifth straight victory Saturday night versus BYU. Strength of schedule is likely the only reason SJSU isn't currently in the top 25.
Arizona quarterback Matt Scott missed the Wildcats' previous game due to a concussion. In his first game back, Scott wasn't back at his pre-concussion form, but he was well enough to lead 'Zona past Utah, 34-24.
The No. 13 Stanford Cardinal scored in the final minutes of regulation before beating No. 2 Oregon in overtime, 17-14, on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium.
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan led an 11-play, 78-yard drive in the final six minutes of regulation that was capped by a 10-yard touchdown pass to Zach Ertz, that appeared to tie the game at 14-14. The catch was initially ruled incomplete yet replays showed otherwise, with the official review ruling that the tight end's shoulder had come down in bounds and giving Stanford the tying touchdown.
Oregon received the ball first in overtime yet failed to move the offense forward when quarterback Marcus Mariota's intended pass for Josh Huff fell incomplete on third down. The Ducks could still have taken control of the game yet Alejandro Maldonado's 41-yard field goal attempt sailed wide and gave Stanford room for the upset.
The Cardinal then avoided disaster on second down when Hogan appeared to fumble the ball after a rush for no gain. Stanford recovered and two plays later, Jordan Williamson put the game away with a 37-yard field goal to give the Cardinal a 17-14 win over No. 2 Oregon.
In a tightly contested matchup between the two Pac-12 teams, Stanford outgained Oregon 411-410, with running back Stepfan Taylor putting up 161 yards rushing on 33 attempts. Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota was 22-of-38 for 212 yards, adding 89 yards rushing on 12 attempts.
Top 25 mayhem in the polls, computers and BCS awaits us on Sunday. Let's take our best guess at what the college football rankings will look like after a shakeup Saturday.
The Baylor Bears beat the No. 1 Kansas State Wildcats, 52-24, on Saturday night, using a tremendous defensive performance to beat the top team in the nation at home.
Baylor roared to a 28-7 lead in the first half and stunned the top team in the nation, before Kansas State scored ten quick points in the final minutes of the second quarter to pull to within 28-17 heading into halftime. The Wildcats offense would implode out of the gates in the third quarter, however, as Baylor quickly took a 35-17 lead after taking advantage of quarterback Collin Klein's interception on the first drive of the half.
Kansas State seemed to gain new life when Nick Florence's interception at the goal line led to Kansas State getting to withing two scores, yet the offense would stall and allow Baylor to pull away in the third quarter. Klein's third interception of the game was turned into an 80-yard touchdown scramble by Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk, effectively putting the game away and giving the Bears a dominated 52-24 lead.
Heisman-hopeful Collin Klein was 27-of-50 for 286 yards, two touchdowns and three costly interceptions, as the Kansas State offense struggled mightily for most of the game against the Baylor offense.
The Sooners prove they can hang with anyone on the offensive side of the ball, as they go back and forth with the Mountaineers and come up with a huge late-season win.
You probably have an opinion on whether this was a catch or not. Let 'er rip!
No. 13 Stanford finally took advantage of a long drive on offense, tying No. 3 Oregon late in the fourth quarter on a controversial touchdown catch in the final minutes of regulation.
Trailing 14-7 in the final quarter, Stanford had moved the ball to the Oregon 26-yard line thanks to a strong running attack, yet Jordan Williamson's 43-yard field goal attempt sailed wide and turned the ball over the the Ducks. Oregon failed to take advantage and quickly gave the ball back just five plays later, forced to punt following Trent Murphy's sack of quarterback Marcus Mariota.
Stanford shifted gears on the next drive, changing from a ground attack to a balanced drive to once again quickly move the ball to deep within Oregon territory. Kevin Hogan's 10-yard touchdown pass to Zach Ertz appeared to tie the game but was ruled incomplete, yet replays showed that Ertz may have come down in bounds when his shoulder hit the ground first.
An official review overturned the ruling on the field, tying the game at 14-14 with just over a minute remaining in regulation.
The Baylor Bears just keep rolling at home, leading No. 1 Kansas State, 52-24, and are just one quarter away from a major upset.
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein, considered by many to be the top candidate for the Heisman, tossed another killer interception when his fourth-down pass from the Baylor 17-yard line was picked off by cornerback Joe Williams. The interception, Klein's third of the game, ended a 14-play, 58-yard drive that featured a fourth down conversion just five plays before.
Baylor, who had been moving the ball with ease nearly all game, needed just one play to extend it's commanding lead. Running back Lache Seastrunk took off for 80 yards on the first play following the interception, racing to the end zone to give Baylor a tremendous 28-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Klein, under duress for most of the game, is just 20-of-39 for 211 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. The Baylor offense, boosted by 302 yards on the ground, has amassed 540 total yards through three quarters.
The Bears have all the momentum and all of the glory, as evidenced by this dancing exhibition on the sideline following Seastrunk's touchdown.
Dance on, you Bears. South Bend, Tuscaloosa, and Athens dance with you.
Three third-quarter touchdowns pushed Zac Stacy and Vanderbilt past Tennessee for the Commodores' fifth straight win.
Despite being handed a gift touchdown to get back into the game in the third quarter, No. 1 Kansas State continues to struggle offensively and now trails 45-24 after a quick 10 points by Baylor.
Baylor quarterback Nick Florence recovered from his goal-line interception, leading the Bears on a 13-play, 45-yard scoring drive that was capped by Aaron Jones' 50-yard field goal. The drive stalled following a Baylor holding penalty and a questionable non-call on possible pass interference in the end zone.
The Kansas State offense was once again forced to punt after just three plays, however, quickly giving the explosive Bears offense the ball back near midfield. Glasco Martin's 15-yard touchdown run, his third rushing touchdown of the game, just four plays into the drive gave Baylor a dominating 45-24 lead.
The K-State offense has gained just 254 yards in the game so far, compared to 460 yards offense for Nick Florence and Baylor.
No. 1 Kansas State received new life after it appeared that Baylor had once again taken control of the game and now trails 35-24 just over two minutes into the third quarter in Waco.
The Kansas State offense, struggling for most of the night, failed to gain a yard the drive after Baylor took a commanding 35-17 lead just minutes into the second half. The Wildcats tilted the field, however, when Ryan Doerr's 49-yard punt was downed at the Baylor 1-yard line.
Baylor quarterback Nick Florence, on second down from his own goal line, then unleashed what is best described as an exceptionally ill-advised pass. Kansas State cornerback Randall Evans intercepted the pass at the goal line before being wrestled out of bounds. Collin Klein's 1-yard touchdown run just a play later pulling the Wildcats to within two scores once more.
Florence and Klein have both thrown two interceptions in the game, with Kansas State gaining just 221 yards of total offense in the game so far.
The Wildcats had hoped to build on a strong finish to the first half, getting the ball to open the second half trailing 28-17 after scoring 10 points in the final two minutes on the second quarter. The Kansas State quarterback and Heisman-hopeful forced a pass on third down, however, with Baylor's Sam Holl intercepting Klein at the Baylor 44-yard line before returning the ball to deep within Wildcats' territory.
Baylor quarterback Nick Florence and the Bears rushing attack made Kansas State pay just four plays later, when running back Glasco Martin gave his team yet another commanding lead with a 4-yard touchdown run.
Klein is 14-of-23 for 149 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the game so far, with both turnovers leading directly to Baylor touchdowns.
No. 1 Kansas State used some furious play in the final minutes of the first half to get back within striking distance of Baylor, trailing the Bears, 28-17, at halftime.
Baylor roared to a 28-7 lead midway through the second quarter with running back Glasco Martin's 2-yard touchdown run appearing to give the Bears a commanding lead at home.
The Wildcats' strong finish to the half was sparked by Tramaine Thompson's 33-yard kickoff return following Martin's touchdown run, giving K-State quarterback Collin Klein and his offense a short field with which to climb back into the game.
Klein completed four consecutive passes to move the ball 63 yards in about a minute, boosted by a 15-yard pass interference penalty that moved Kansas State into the red zone. Klein connected with Chris Harper for 7 yards two plays later to pull Kansas State to withing two touchdowns with just under two minutes remaining in the half.
The Wildcats' quarterback moved the ball efficiently once more after Baylor's three-and-out, getting Kansas State to the Bears' 6-yard line in under a minute, before the drive stalled with time winding down in the half. Anthony Cantele's 23-yard field goal capped off the 10-point flurry for Kansas State.
Klein was 14-for-20 for 149 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the first half, while Baylor quarterback Nick Florence went 18-for-25 for 178 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.
Les Miles takes you on a spiritual voyage in just two minutes. Follow @SBNationCFB
No. 2 Oregon and No. 13 Stanford are tied, 7-7, at the half in a tightly-contested Pac-12 game..
Stanford drew first blood after a scoreless first quarter, thanks to quarterback Kevin Hogan's 1-yard run just past two minutes into the second quarter. The Ducks and Cardinal then traded punts before a series of turnovers by both teams after failed fourth-down conversions by each team.
After Hogan's pass intended for Ryan Hewitt fell short on fourth down inside Ducks' territory, Oregon quickly marched down the field on a three-play, 59-yard drive capped off by quarterback Marcus Mariota's 28-yard touchdown pass to a diving Keanon Lowe to tie the game.
Through two quarters, Oregon has out-gained Stanford by 18 yards (231-213) due in large part to another big performance by Mariota. The Ducks' quarterback is 11-of-17 for 115 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He added 71 yards rushing on five carries that was boosted by a 77-yard scramble.
Hogan is 15-of-23 for 118 yards and one interception.
Just minutes after taking a surprising 14-point lead, the Baylor Bears have taken a commanding 28-7 lead over No. 1 Kansas State with just over two minutes remaining in the first half.
Following Nick Florence's 22-yard touchdown pass to Terrance Williams to give Baylor a 21-7 lead, Collin Klein and the Kansas State offense failed to move the ball once more and turned the ball over after a quick three-and-out.
The Bears took quick advantage, overcoming an offensive pass interference penalty thanks to a strong rushing attack by Lache Seastrunk to move the ball deep within Wildcats territory. Seastrunk carried the ball five times for 57 yards on the drive, turning the rushing duties over to Glasco Martin in the red zone. Martin's 2-yard rushing touchdown gave the Bears a 28-7 lead, stunning the top team in the country.
Klein is just 8-of-13 for 90 yards, with the Kansas State offense being held to just 137 total yards in the first half.
The No. 2 Oregon Ducks are fighting back to avoid an upset, tying No. 13 Stanford at 7-7 with just over three minutes remaining in the first half.
Stanford was given a prime opportunity to take a commanding lead over Oregon following a turnover on downs by the Ducks, yet the Cardinal's drive stalled at the Oregon 41. Stanford elected to play the odds and go for it on with 1 yard to go on fourth down, but Kevin Hogan's pass intended for Ryan Hewitt fell incomplete and gave the ball back to Oregon with prime field position.
The Ducks took just three plays to move 59 yards, thanks to Marcus Mariota's 22-yard pass to Josh Huff, which was followed up just a play later with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Keanon Lowe to tie the game.
Mariota is 9-for-13 for 103 yards and touchdown so far in the game, adding 74 yards rushing on four carries.
The Baylor Bears continue to stun the No. 1 Kansas State Wildcats, taking a 21-7 lead midway through the second quarter in Waco, Texas, on Saturday night.
Nick Florence led a 55-yard drive after a Kansas State punt, connecting on all three passes to move the Bears into the Wildcats' territory, with Glasco Martin pushing forward to convert a third down conversion at the K-State 26. The Wildcats appeared to stop the drive with a goal-line interception, but an offsides call extended the drive, giving the Bears another chance.
They made the most of it.
The Bears' quarterback connected with Terrance Williams on the next play for a 22-yard touchdown catch and run, giving Baylor a stunning two-touchdown lead in the second quarter.
Heisman-hopeful Collin Klein has had a rough start to the game, throwing an interception just two plays into the second quarter and gaining just 5 yards on five carries so far in the first half.
That Batman movie with nipples: also a big Ducks fan.
An official during the Tennesse-Vanderbilt game Saturday reached into his pocket to throw a flag and came up with a whole lot of nothin'. Then the fun started.
The Utah State Aggies took control of the WAC by upsetting the No. 20 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
Current Buckeyes players and coaches aren't allowed to compete in the postseason this year, due to the misdeeds of players and coaches who are no longer part of the school. They can still celebrate being the best team in their division.
A seesaw SEC battle ended with the Tigers narrowly avoiding a major upset.
Odell Beckham put together a punt return that matched Billy Cannon's school-record 89-yarder (in length, at least). While there might never be a SEC play that tops the Cannon play, any highlight that can be mentioned alongside the Halloween legend is a mighty play indeed.
After trailing early in the second quarter, Clemson went on the offensive and scored six unanswered touchdowns.
Despite the Trojans suffering through an incredibly disappointing season, Lane Kiffin says he's been assured that he'll be back in 2013.
Taylor Martinez threw for 308 yards to lead Nebraska over Minnesota on Saturday.
In a battle of two prolific passing attacks, Clint Chelf and the Cowboys proved too much for the Red Raiders
The Purdue Boilermakers held on late, beating the Illinois Fighting Illini by a score of 20-17 on Saturday.
Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde had two touchdowns to lead the Buckeyes over Wisconsin in overtime. And, yes, they'll get Big Ten Leaders championship gear for this.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish improved to 11-0 on the season with a dominating 38-0 win over Wake Forest on Saturday.
It was a back and forth game all afternoon, but the Yellow Jackets were able to walk away with a 42-24 win over the Blue Devils.
Boise State jumped out to a 42-0 lead at the half and never looked back.
The UCLA Bruins upset the USC Trojans, 38-28, taking the Pac-12 South title and getting their first win over the Trojans since 2006. The Bruins' defense intercepted Matt Barkley twice, and Brett Hundley ran a tight, efficient Bruins offense.
The Hurricanes took a while to get rolling, but eventually made short work of the Bulls, winning going away by a score of 40-9.
The Arizona State Sun Devils easily took care of work at home against the Washington State Cougars, routing their visitors on Saturday
Former No. 1 NFL Draft pick favorite Matt Barkley is down with an injury late against UCLA.
The Arizona State marching band performed today in honor of famous Arizona State graduated, NFL star, and soldier killed in action in Afghanistan, Pat Tillman.
MAYBE SOMEBODY SHOULD'VE DEFLATED THAT BALL A LITTLE BIT HUH
The Colorado Buffaloes proved no match for the Washington Huskies once the Huskies' offense woke up.
Aaron Murray threw four touchdown passes to lead Georgia over Georgia Southern.
Wisconsin's Montee Ball could break the all-time major college football touchdowns record in this game. He's just tied it.
With the injury to BJ Daniels, USF coach Skip Holtz made the decision to remove Bobby Eveld's redshirt and start him against Miami. Eveld lasted two possessions before leaving with an injury. The decision could cost him a year of eligibility.
Florida coasts in its tune-up for next week's rivalry game against Florida State
UCLA now leads USC, 24-7, in the Rose Bowl.
Logan Thomas completed a 7-yard touchdown pass to Randall Dunn in overtime in what proved to be the decisive score, as the Virginia Tech Hokies defeated the Boston College Eagles, 30-23.
Counteract your light helmet by strengthening your neck today.
Michigan starting running back Fitzgerald Toussaint underwent surgery after a nasty left ankle injury in the Wolverines' 42-17 victory over Iowa.
Wofford game South Carolina all they could handle on Saturday. The Gamecocks needed a late outburst to escape with a 24-7 win.
The two teams combined for more than 1,000 yards of total offense as each dominated one half of football.
Mississippi State forced five Arkansas turnovers and totaled over 500 yards of offense in a 45-14 victory.
Despite sloppy offensive play, Northwestern was able to hold on Saturday for a 23-20 victory over the Michigan State Spartans in East Lansing. With the loss, Michigan State now needs a win next Saturday to get bowl eligible this season.
Montel Harris rushed for 351 yards and seven touchdowns on Saturday, as the Temple Owls defeated the Army Black Knights, 63-32.
There aren't many fans in the stands for the South Florida Bulls and the Miami Hurricanes. We think we found the best one.
The Golden Hurricane outlasted the Knights at home, 23-21, powered by a 13-point outburst in five minutes in the third quarter.
Matt McGloin threw for four touchdowns and wide receiver Allen Robinson had 197 yards receiving as Penn State beat Indiana 45-22 Saturday in Happy Valley. The loss dropped the Hoosiers to 4-7 overall, meaning Indiana cannot play in a bowl game this year.
Hey, maybe that spurned swordsman thing worked! Just gonna do Monopoly analogies for this whole game.
Savon Huggins carried the ball 41 times as Rutgers improved to 5-0 in the Big East with an impressive 10-3 win at Cincinnati.
The Tide were in cruise control by the second quarter, as they had no problem dealing with Western Carolina, winning 49-0.
Quarterback Devin Gardner accounted for six touchdowns in a 42-17 Michigan win over Iowa.
The Florida St. Seminoles dominated the first half and cruised to a 41-14 win over Maryland on the road Saturday afternoon.
Colorado tried to pick up a first down with a sneak, but it already had the first down.
That probably does not feel good, according to non-medical experts.
As one associate just noted, "He's almost eye-level with a normal-sized person."
Today's installment of This Week in B1G gives us the most B1G halftime score. At the break in Lansing, Northwestern leads Michigan State, 6-5.
Ready your baseball jokes!
Northwestern up 6-5 over Michigan state in the bottom of the 4th inning. Wait...no, its halftime....of a football game.— Matt Carnahan (@Matt_Carnahan) November 17, 2012
I didn't know it was baseball season again oh wait that is a football. Michigan state 5 north western 3 #cmonman its football— Jack McAfee (@mackbig10) November 17, 2012
Michigan State trailing 6-5 at halftime. In other baseball news, Toronto is taking all of your talent and bloated salaries.— Stephen J. Nesbitt (@stephenjnesbitt) November 17, 2012
I see Northwestern and Michigan State are playing a little baseball today. 6-5, bottom of the 5th, or halftime.— Kyle Carollo (@kylecarollo) November 17, 2012
That Michigan State-Northwestern game look like a baseball game after the 7th inning stretch— Vic P (@Ladies_Love_Vic) November 17, 2012
We have a major crisis here at Spartan Stadium. 550 fans have been taken to area hospitals suffering from boredom. Northwestern 3, MSU 2 7th— Terry Foster (@TerryFoster971) November 17, 2012
Yo everyone should check out this high scoring soccer match going on between MSU and Northwestern, already 6-5 at the half!!— Josh Barnhart (@joshabarnhart) November 17, 2012
I'm partial to the tennis joke, to be honest.
Guys, all these baseball jokes about the 6-5 score are funny, but Northwestern really needs to hold serve here to take the first set.— Rodger Sherman (@sippinonpurple) November 17, 2012
Senior Denard Robinson's playing his last game in the Big House. Boy, is he ever!
With Fitzgerald Toussaint and Mike Mauti already carted off, yet another Big Ten star went down in Northwestern-Michigan State, but he's returned to the game.
Penn State senior linebacker Mike Mauti was carted off the field in Saturday's game against Indiana after suffering an apparent knee injury. Mauti's 2011 season ended with a left ACL tear.
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint was carted off the field Saturday with a leg injury.
Here's an image recap of today's episode of ESPN's College GameDay, where Lee Corso once again donned the Oregon Duck mask (after calling his guest selector a "midget").
Maryland's currently down to its 85th-string quarterback, approximately.
Lee Corso broke out "Not so fast, midget" and it was ... something
To help kill the time before a noon kickoff today, Penn State students formed an enormous conga line at Beaver Stadium.
Although Denard Robinson is still limited, he could make an appearance against Iowa.
Virginia Tech's uniforms for today's game at Boston College have been unveiled. The mostly white uniforms look smooth, but what about that helmet?
The Pac-12 redeems what otherwise could've set up to be a ramifications-free Saturday. Full Saturday TV schedule for FBS and FCS right here. Follow @SBNationCFB
In Week 12 of the College Football Danger Zone, SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein counts down the top 10 threats of the upcoming college football weekend. There's no way Notre Dame loses to a weak Wake Forest team, right? Right???
In both the Pac-12 South and BCS standings, USC is currently looking up at UCLA. Will that remain the case after this weekend, or is the monopoly ongoing? Follow @SBNationCFB
USC's drum major stabs the center of each field the Trojans play on during pregame. It's a tradition they've been doing for decades. But UCLA won't let them do it this week in the Rose Bowl. Rivalries! Related: Bill Connelly previews USC-UCLA.
It's basketball season in Lawrence, forcing the local college football coach to create incentives.
The junior from St. Louis was reportedly suspended for violating team rules.
A hamstring injury has kept Davis out for two weeks.
Mannion has reclaimed the starter's spot after losing his job to Cody Vaz earlier in the season. The Beavers play California on Saturday.
This week's college football schedule likely means clearer standings and clinched conference spots all around the country, but it's the Pac-12 that has the two biggest games. Follow @SBNationCFB
Florida State really is damn good, Virginia Tech will probably rebound, and ... are we sure we have to name a Coastal Division champion? We can't just have a Florida State-Clemson rematch in the ACC title game instead?
Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson has been found safe, according to a university spokesman. Follow @SBNationCFB
Georgia Bulldogs outside linebacker Chase Vasser will have surgery to repair a torn labrum, taking him out for the rest of the season.
Driskel suffered a sprained right ankle in the third quarter of a 27-20 win against Louisiana-Lafayette.
On ESPNU Tuesday night, SB Nation's Jason Kirk took on Bleacher Report's Adam Kramer, with Ohio State-Wisconsin as the battle ground. Can Braxton Miller ring up Wisconsin's defense, will Montee Ball find holes in the Buckeyes, and can Ohio State finish unbeaten? Follow @SBNationCFB
Oregon's defense has fallen into an injury-plagued funk, and the Stanford defense is built to better withstand Oregon's relentless offense. Might the Cardinal have a chance of pulling an upset after two years of Oregon dominance in the series? Follow @SBNationCFB
The world's only college football show becomes the first program of any kind to make it through an entire episode without talking about the SEC, with nothing but Pac-12 games all the way through! Core debates this week: who's the bigger dick, Lane Kiffin or Jim Mora, and can Stanford's bludgeony attack hang with the Oregon green flame?
Notre Dame football is back where it belongs, and it might be the best story in sports we've seen in a long, long time.
If you like seeing two very good teams that are very different play with a whole lot on the line in a fired-up setting, you should watch Stanford vs. Oregon on Saturday. Follow @SBNationCFB
Oregon's not No. 1 in the BCS. But the discerning eyes of BlogPoll voters see the Ducks as the nation's best outfit.
Running back De'Anthony Thomas of the Oregon Ducks could be asked to play on the defensive side of the football against Stanford.
West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Ivan McCartney has apparently left the program.
This week's AP Top 25 review finally finds Bill Snyder a worthy opponent, has something special for Cal and lets Texas A&M walk it out. Follow @SBNationCFB
If Kansas State and Oregon make it all the way through, what do we do with the potentially unbeaten Irish? And is the SEC out of the race yet? Follow @SBNationCFB
How to beat Alabama: force turnovers and have a dual-threat quarterback. It's not at all easy, but Texas A&M did it well enough to set up a potential title match between Oregon and Kansas State. Will the Ducks go all the way? This week's Saturday recap:
Tennessee Volunteers linebacker Curt Maggitt is out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn ACL in Saturday's loss to the Missouri Tigers.
The Cardinals will have to replace their leading rusher.
The new BCS Top 25 sees Kansas State take over for Alabama at No. 1, followed by Oregon and Notre Dame. The Tide don't fall far after being knocked off by Texas A&M, however. Complete BCS standings below.Follow @SBNationCFB
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