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Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Adam Rittenberg discuss the scheduling issues that led to such a weak slate (3:10), the upsets we'd love to see (12:19) and more. Plus, Fill-In-The-Blanks (23:26), Phil Steele's Picks (36:14), Talk Nerdy To Me (45:59), Walk-Ons (53:09) and Extra Points (59:28).
Even with the College Football Playoff selection committee's top 25 still battling for semifinal and New Year's Six bowl positions, it's never too early to look ahead to next season.
The College Football Playoff's top 10 is unchanged from last week -- the first time that has happened in the rankings' history.
Alabama earned another shutout, Michigan kept rolling with an easy win over Rutgers and Northwestern (!) will play for the B1G title. What else did we learn?
Feleipe Franks silenced the home crowd twice after touchdown runs, seemingly sending a message after getting benched last week and booed earlier in the game, and No. 15 Florida rallied to beat South Carolina 35-31 Saturday and end a two-game skid.
Florida quarterback Kyle Trask suffered a serious, noncontact injury in practice Wednesday and was carted off the field, according to multiple reports, putting his availability for Saturday's game against South Carolina in doubt.
Michigan is up to No. 4 in the CFP rankings this week after Saturday's big win over rival Penn State and LSU's shutout loss to No. 1 Alabama.
UTEP held off Rice in the Bottom 10 Pillow Fight of the Year, while the Big Three in Florida -- Gators, Hurricanes and Seminoles, oh my -- came up small.
Bosa and Oliver rank Nos. 1 and 2 for next year's NFL draft, but plenty of elite pass-rushers are in the discussion. Mel and Todd pick their favorites.