College football 2020: Ranking the 3 worst losses from Week 7

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Week 7 of the 2020 college football season saw one of the ugliest outcomes of the season and the continuing of an SEC East team.

Week 7 of the 2020 season saw some of the most highly-anticipated games, including a playoff preview, of sorts, between No. 3 Georgia and No. 2 Alabama. We also saw some of the most chaotic weeks of college football thus far with two top-five teams losing.

The Bulldogs’ 41-24 loss to the Crimson Tide was a big indication of where the SEC is headed halfway through the year. Two other games in the SEC helped create some chaos as well. South Carolina’s 30-22 home win over No. 15 Auburn and Kentucky’s 34-7 road victory over No. 18 Tennessee were shockers.

One of the biggest playoff race impacts of the week was No. 5 North Carolina’s 31-28 road loss to the struggling Florida State Seminoles. The Tar Heels were looking to make themselves a big threat to No. 1 Clemson, No. 3 Notre Dame and the rest of the ACC. They were also looking to make themselves serious contenders for the playoff but could not escape the trap in Tallahassee.

Three significant losses have dramatically altered the season. Two teams who had the worst losses came from Power Five conferences while there was one that started their season on a low note.

What were the three worst losses from Week 7 of the 2020 season?

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