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Week 10 marked the end of the Big Ten as we know it. The conference played itself out of the National Championship discussion when both Penn State and Ohio State were handed their second losses of the season.
Of course, that isn't a totally fair statement, knowing that Wisconsin is still at the top of the Big Ten and hasn't been beaten. Surely, the Badgers will be in the CFP if they win out, but many don't believe they're going to beat Iowa this week, let alone ultimately beat Ohio State or Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship Game in a few weeks. One blunder would be the end of the Badgers for sure with their paper thin schedule, and that's why this team can't afford to look past Iowa the same way the Buckeyes did last week.
As far as Ohio State is concerned, it's now facing a must-win game against Michigan State to keep its hopes alive of winning the Big Ten East. Win this one, and the job is effectively done. The Buckeyes will be on their way to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game and will have a shot at the Rose Bowl at that point. Lose it, and the Spartans could effectively play their way back into title contention with two massive wins in a row against teams that were once thought to both be contenders.
The Pac-12's last shot at the natty will be on the line on Friday night in one of the first games of the weekend. Washington hasn't exactly played a tricky schedule, and this week's game against Stanford might not qualify as an exception. Still, the Cardinal are legit, and they aren't going down without a fight. The Rose Bowl is still definitely a possibility for David Shaw's crew, too, and he'll have his team ready for this challenge.
However, if you want to talk about teams that are on their last shots for the National Championship, we have plenty of drama on Saturday, too.
The Big XII's top battle will take place under the lights when TCU and Oklahoma square off in Norman. The Horned Frogs already have one win this year in the Sooner State, and a second would surely put them in the discussion for the top four. The winner of this game will effectively punch a ticket to the Big XII Championship Game where a rematch against the other could legitimately ensue.
In a game running concurrently, Miami and Notre Dame will square off against one another in the biggest game in the history of this storied rivalry in almost 30 years. The winner of this game will surely have a claim to a spot in the top four as well, while the loser will have a bit of an uphill battle the rest of the way to get back into it. Brandon Wimbush and Josh Adams are both playing hurt at the moment, and they'll need to be huge to give the Irish a decisive advantage over the undefeated Hurricanes.
And how could we forget about the SEC? Auburn and Mississippi State are both fringe contenders for the championship at best at this late juncture of the season, but the way that both could get back into it in a hurry is by beating the two best teams in America.
The path to the top four is clear for Auburn at this point. The Tigers would have to beat Georgia here at home this week, then Alabama in the Iron Bowl and Georgia again in the SEC Championship Game. Any team that can survive that deserves to play for all the marbles, even with two losses. A loss in this game to the Dawgs, though, and all of that means nothing since Alabama would win the SEC West with a victory over Mississippi State.
This week isn't the end all, be all for either Georgia or Alabama, but if the SEC is going to get two teams into the playoff this year, wins by both would make it really difficult for anyone to stop this from becoming a reality.
Akron at Miami-OH - 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Opening Line : Miami-OH -4
Preview: The Akron Zips are going to have to be awfully careful in Week 11 of the college football season. They've got a game against the Miami Redhawks that should end in the win column, but it would be a huge mistake to look past this week's foes and to next week's game against Ohio that will likely decide the MAC East title. The Redhawks need to win out to get into a bowl game, and with the ESPN2 crew at the game, you know that Fred Yager Stadium is going to be rocking. Continue...
Toledo at Ohio - 7 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Opening Line : Toledo -6.5
Preview: The Toledo Rockets are two wins away from wrapping up the MAC West title and a spot in the MAC Championship Game in Detroit. The Ohio Bobcats are two wins away from winning the MAC East. Continue...
North Carolina at Pittsburgh - 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Opening Line : Pittsburgh -10.5
Preview: It's been a brutally disappointing year for both the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Pittsburgh Panthers. It feels like an eternity ago that these two teams were challenging for the ACC Coastal Division title, but now, they're going to get a chance to at least play on national television one last time in 2017. The Panthers really need this one if they want any chance of going to a bowl game this year with games against Virginia Tech and Miami left on the docket once the Heels are out of town. Continue...
Temple at Cincinnati - 7 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Opening Line : Temple -2.5
Preview: The Temple Owls and Cincinnati Bearcats were left in the dust in the AAC East Division a long time ago. There's no way either team is competing with either South Florida or UCF this season, yet this game against the other could end up being crucial. Neither one of these clubs is guaranteed a spot in a bowl game yet, and the loser is almost certainly going to be stuck at home for the holidays. Continue...
Washington at Stanford - 10:30 p.m. ET(FS1)
Opening Line : Washington -7
Preview: The Pac-12 might have seen its door creak open just a bit for the College Football Playoff last week. With the Big Ten officially annihilating itself with a few weeks to play, the Pac-12 can at least think about sending its champion to the College Football Playoff. Continue...
BYU at UNLV - 10:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Opening Line : UNLV -4.5
Preview: The UNLV Rebels have clearly turned a bit of a corner. Tony Sanchez's seat was starting to get a little toasty in Sin City, but with consecutive wins, the Rebs are at least thinking about the possibility of going bowling this year. In all likelihood, there's no choice left but to beat the BYU Cougars on Friday night to keep that dream of bowl eligibility alive. Continue...
Michigan State at Ohio State - 12 p.m. ET (FS1)
Opening Line : Ohio State -17
Preview: The season ended in a flash for the Ohio State Buckeyes. They walked into Kinnick Stadium and were involved in a solid showdown for about 20 minutes. Yet when the chips were on the table, they were pounded into submission by an unranked team, effectively ending any chances they have of winning a National Championship. Continue...
Connecticut at UCF - 12 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Opening Line : Check Back Later
Preview: The UCF Knights' path to the College Football Playoff was helped out a bit last week when several teams in front of them were beaten. That said, realistically speaking, a spot in the New Year's Six is all that Scott Frost's team can really hope for at this point. A win over the Connecticut Huskies at home should be a foregone conclusion. Continue...
Rutgers at Penn State - 12 p.m. ET (BTN)
Opening Line : Penn State -31.5
Preview: The Penn State Nittany Lions were the No. 2 team in America two weeks ago. Now, they're almost certainly going to finish third in the Big Ten East and won't have any chance whatsoever of playing for the National Championship. If they're lucky, they'll get a spot in the New Year's Six at this point, and even those prospects don't seem good anymore. Continue...
Oklahoma State at Iowa State - 12 p.m. ET (ABC)
Opening Line : Oklahoma State -7
Preview: Most recognize the fact that Penn State and Ohio State played themselves out of the National Championship discussion in Week 10. What most probably don't realize is that the same was true for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and Iowa State Cyclones. Both still have a chance to win the Big XII title and presumably think about getting back into the title discussion if enough hell breaks loose over the course of the next several weeks, but surely, this will be a final elimination game for both teams in Week 11. Continue...
Arkansas at LSU - 12 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Opening Line : LSU -17
Preview: The Arkansas Razorbacks are a mess at the moment. They lost four of their first six games of the season and were incredibly fortunate to escape with one-point wins over both Ole Miss and Coastal Carolina to get to 4-5. Their chances of making a bowl game are slim, though, and a win over the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge might be the only thing that can give Bret Bielema a legitimate chance of saving his job in Fayetteville. Continue...
Florida at South Carolina - 12 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line : South Carolina -7.5
Preview: You can change the head coach at Florida, but a quarterback isn't all of a sudden going to come running out of those doors at the Swamp.
Randy Shannon learned the hard way the problems the embattled Jim McElwain was having before he was let go last week when the Gators were crushed by Missouri on the road last week. It's hard to envision a road trip against the South Carolina Gamecocks is going to go any better. Continue...
Georgia at Auburn - 3:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
Opening Line : Georgia -3
Preview: On a wacky Saturday in college football, the Georgia Bulldogs lived to survive against South Carolina to win the SEC East. The No. 1 team in the land, though, has two massive tests left on the docket, the first of which comes in Week 11 against the Auburn Tigers. Continue...
Florida State at Clemson - 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Opening Line : Clemson -17.5
Preview: Over the course of the last several seasons, the game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Clemson Tigers has decided the ACC Atlantic Division. This year, that isn't going to be the case with FSU having its worst season in decades. Continue...
Iowa at Wisconsin - 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
Opening Line : Wisconsin -13.5
Preview: The Iowa Hawkeyes are the talk of the Big Ten at the moment. They didn't just pull off an upset against Ohio State last week; they kicked the snot out of the Buckeyes and became the first team to ever hang 50+ points on Urban Meyer. Continue...
USC at Colorado - 4 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line : USC -12.5
Preview: et's not go and totally write off the USC Trojans quite yet. Just as they came on strong at the end of last season, the Men of Troy have put two straight really impressive games in the win column against the two Arizona schools. They're starting to eke up just a bit in the College Football Playoff rankings, and a win over the Colorado Buffaloes this week would win the Pac-12 South and give the Trojans a shot at playing against a really good team from the Pac-12 North for the league title in December. Continue...
Alabama at Mississippi State - 7 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Opening Line : Alabama -14
Preview: The Mississippi State Bulldogs nearly got caught napping last week against UMass. It's hard to blame them for not getting up for that game against a poor opponent, especially knowing that the Alabama Crimson Tide were coming to Starkville in Week 11. Continue...
Notre Dame at Miami - 8 p.m. ET (ABC)
Opening Line : Notre Dame -3.5
Preview: Last week, all of the best NCAA football sportsbooks made the same mistake by lining the Miami Hurricanes as home underdogs against Virginia Tech. The Canes won the game in dominant fashion, and now, they've got all to play for in what is the most important game of the week against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Continue...
TCU at Oklahoma - 8 p.m. ET (FOX)
Opening Line : Oklahoma -8
Preview: The TCU Horned Frogs put themselves on the map this year when they were able to come to Stillwater and beat Oklahoma State. If they can return to the Sooner State for a second time and deliver a fatal blow to the season of the Oklahoma Sooners, they're going to have a real shot of getting into the College Football Playoff. Continue...
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