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WEEK 13 - TOP 25 RANKINGS AND TV SCHEDULE plus it's "The Game" time and a final 4 spot?!

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4 minutes ago, mjp28 said:

OSU 62 m 32, m defence exposed? Hey still 5 minutes left......this is screwing up my dinner plans.  :lol:

OSU 62-39 whoa 101 points someone should win a car or tv or something. Now the JH can't win the big one, m isn't a big time program, etc, etc comes in.

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#1 defense.  😂 🤪😂🤪

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7 minutes ago, Browns149 said:

#1 defense.  😂 🤪😂🤪



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The BUCKEYES should end up #5 or 6 in next week's rankings then sit back and wait if the #4 spot opens up.

Maybe. 11-1 and waiting to see where they play next. BIG TEN CHAMPS?

Michigan a fine 10-2 and will get a nice bowl game. :)

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Well a sneak peek ahead on week 14 from B/R......

Even as championship weekend looms in Week 14, rivalry weekend was just as important across the country. With a full slate of games on Friday and Saturday, the college football world was busy fleshing out conference races.

While Alabama, Clemson and Georgia were each able to stave off their rivals, the rest of the Top 10 endured turbulence. LSU dropped an entertaining 74-72, seven-overtime affair that came down to the final two-point conversion by Texas A&M. Notre Dame and Oklahoma narrowly avoided losing as road teams, but they march forward in the thick of the playoff chase.

Change is coming still, as Ohio State dominated Michigan, Washington State fell in the Apple Cup, and UCF gained a road win but lost its most valuable player. The Buckeyes should vault upward, whereas the Tigers, Wolverines, Cougars and Knights are all but eliminated.

There was meaningful action beyond the Top 10 that affected the bowl picture. Colorado, Arizona, Kansas State and Indiana were among the teams that laid duck farts and missed the chance to reach six wins and eligibility. Both Arizona and Kansas State squandered fourth-quarter leads that seemed insurmountable en route to losses.

Texas secured its rematch with the Sooners next weekend as it survived a surprising scare at Kansas. Boise State is all set to host Fresno State for the Mountain West Championship Game. Memphis blew out Houston as Darrell Henderson continued his incredible production. The Tigers will face UCF next week. 

Bleacher Report's panel of experts—Matt Hayes, David Kenyon, Adam Kramer, Kerry Miller, Brad Shepard and Ian Wharton—voted on the action. A first-place vote is worth 25 points, followed by 24 points for second, 23 for third, etc.

Here is our Week 14 poll:

1. Alabama (last week: 1)
2. Clemson (2)
3. Notre Dame (3)

--------------- top 3 probably solid, #4 if GEO loses is up for grabs
4. Georgia (5)
5. Oklahoma (6)
6. Ohio State (10) <----  needs a few key losses ahead to grab #4
7. UCF (7)
8. Michigan (4)
9. Washington State (8) 
10. Texas (11) 
11. Penn State (12) 
12. Boise State (15)
13. Florida (16)
14. West Virginia (14)
15. Washington (17) 
16. LSU (9) 
17. Syracuse (20)
18. Kentucky (21)
19. Army (18)
20. Utah State (13)
T-21. Northwestern (24)
T-21. Utah (19) 
T-23. Fresno State (22)
T-23. Texas A&M (NR)
25. Mississippi State (NR)

Others receiving votes: Iowa State, Cincinnati, Missouri, Pittsburgh, NC State

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