The college football regular season is just a couple of weeks away from its conclusion and that means that we’re going to see some playoff contenders rise to the top and others fall apart at the buzzer.
Week 11 was just as crazy as the previous weeks.
It started a little earlier than usual with No. 11 Louisville hosting Virginia on Thursday night and just barely coming away with a win after trailing by a touchdown in the fourth quarter. The Cardinals almost watched their playoff hopes slip away, but a 73-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter saved the day.
On Saturday, one of the biggest games of the day took place in Happy Valley as Michigan faced Penn State without Jim Harbaugh. The Wolverines took care of business with Sherrone Moore acting as head coach and Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards rushing it down the Nittany Lions’ throats — again. Also in the noon slate, Alabama dominated Kentucky on the road, Kansas lost a shocker to Texas Tech, and Tulane escaped upset against Tulsa.
The night slate was just as exciting as LSU skated past Florida, Texas held on at TCU, and Washington was able to hold off an upset bid from Utah.
What will the College Football Playoff rankings look like in Week 12?