It's Election Day. Get out and vote. Les Miles want you to do it.
As the College Football Playoff selection committee continues to digest the results of Week 10, it's time to turn the page.
Up first for the committee comes the question of whom to plug into the spot formerly occupied by Ole Miss. It says here that Oregon should advance to No. 4.
Of course, that's assuming the committee doesn't drop an early bombshell -- in starting with a clean slate each week, as promised -- and rework the top four to include two new members. It could happen.
Remember, we've entered the age of chaos.
This week, six playoff contenders go on the road to face big tests. I'm going to tell you who among them is most likely to lose, who's most likely to win -- and why it matters less than you think.