The top ten five teams remain in the game. Pac-12, Big 12, and AAC have teams that do all the work. The SEC’s annual expectation of two applicants is still possible.
In the middle of the regular season, the pictures of the college football playoffs are blurry. We can all thank Texas A&M and reserve quarterback Zach Kalzada for the possible chaos – is there a word that college football fans like the most? – It touches.
Alabama’s impressive defeat is the first defeat since Nov. 30, 2019, and it was the first time they have lost in 101 games against UL Monroe on November 17, 2007. 25 races was one of the most unpredictable results in a long time.
In the Saban era, the former No. 1 will not miss such games. Not to the backup quarterback. Not to a team like Texas A&M that is 19 points behind, leading 31-17 and looking ready to take a heavy defeat. Instead, Calzada, who entered the reserve quarterback and showed great interest in the game after the fall of starter Heinz King, led the Aggies to 10 points in the final three minutes. He looked like he had a bad leg injury when he tied up the game to take A&M to the field driver who won the game.
Now Alabama must win the SEC championship game. The red wave is not unequal. They landed in Florida with almost two defeats and couldn’t finish the Aggies. Indeed, the only team that hasn’t shown weakness this year is No. 1, an undefeated Georgia, who have beaten the number one defender JT 71-10, Arkansas and Auburn, despite not playing due to injury. Daniels.
The “Big Ten” ends fantastically, with five teams entering the top ten for the first time in a recent Associated Press poll. The Big Ten East Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State and Ohio State will play each other six times in the rest of the season. The survivor must face undefeated Iowa in the championship game.
Despite the loss of the Oregon State infantry to Stanford, if he avoids another defeat because of his victory on the way to improving Ohio. Cincinnati was undefeated, defeated Notre Dame, and is firm in conversation as the top five school to reach the playoffs. Then there’s Oklahoma, 6-0, but still 6-0. It’s hard to imagine not being able to swallow a 12th school without a defeat.
The loss of Alabama opened up so many opportunities without closing any doors. It is not impossible to qualify for two defeats. Would anyone be surprised if they played Georgia in an Alabama championship game? The big ten can be two teams. What if the now-defeated Big Ten East winner of Iowa leaves the game close to the Big Ten title?
Chaos now seems to be real, adding an important intrigue to the real season. Head down, Texas A&M. This will not happen without you.
Large bull nest
Just look at the numbers. See results. Ignore history. If it was Alabama, Clemson or Ohio, everyone would have set Georgia as a national championship favorite. Instead, despite the Bulldogs ’constant dominance, they are not guaranteed performance.
Georgia played six games, scored 239 points and allowed 33. He defeated two quality opponents without Daniel – Auburn and Arkansas. His defense doesn’t score. Crime is effective. There is talent everywhere.
If you say Kirby Smart’s team hasn’t really been tested, there are two defeats in Auburn and Arkansas right now, look at what everyone is doing, a lot of traditional top teams are close to losing. on a weekly basis. Georgia’s final win, a 10-3 win over Clemson to start the season, was not as competitive as the score showed. He was never in danger.
Georgia is a favorite as always. Forget how upset he was at big points in previous seasons.
Return to LSU
It seems harder to believe that LSU’s perfect 2019 season is far from over. Ed Orgeron tigers are 8-8 years old. With a 15-0 discount, LSU is 33-17 under Orgeron and 21-14 in the SEC. He has now changed coordinators several times and has yet to find a suitable one. LSU still has five rivals in its standings after Kentucky took the No. 11 spot on Saturday. The school could be the first to fail in 22 years. Those 3-8 years led to Saban’s arrival in Bay. The coach may change even after this year.
- Georgia (6-0) (Last week: 2)
There is no debate. Georgia is currently the best team in the country. Even with quarterback defender JT Daniels starting, the Bulldogs have beaten Auburn and Arkansas in the last two weeks, 71-10.
- Cincinnati (5-0) (3)
Cincinnati can do that from now on, beating opponents like the blumgeon Temple, just as they did in the 52-3 destruction of the Owls on Friday.
- Iowa (6-0) (5)
There is no excuse for Iowa not to end the season undefeated if there are no top-ranked teams left on their schedule and go to the Big Ten for the first time in six years.
- Alabama (5-1) (1)
After defeating the last 100 teams in Alabama, he lost to an opponent not in the rankings — a remarkable statistic of Crimson Tide’s unexpected last-minute defeat at Texas A&M.
- Oklahoma (6-0) (6)
First midfielder Colib Williams had an extended appearance on Saturday, rescuing Spencer Rattler and Oklahoma.
- Ohio (5-1) (7)
The offense is electric as announced, and the defense has had success in recent weeks. The “Big Ten” is another defeat for Ohio State.
- Penn State (5-1) (4)
A ruthless fortune for the Nittany Lions, they would have beaten Iowa if they hAcesparks’t lost key defender Sean Clifford in the second quarter due to injury. His reserve Ta’Quan Roberson was incapable of any offense.
- Kentucky (6-0) (NR)
For the first time since 1950, Kentucky is 6-0. If Georgia gets angry next Saturday, it could move on from something surprising.
- Michigan (6-0) (8)
Give credit to the Wolverines: they will continue to find ways to win, even with three championship victories over teams in a 2-8 conference game.
- Michigan State (6-0) (NR)
If northwestern Michigan and Michigan state outperform Indiana, we expect the biggest clash between rivals within the two states in East Lansing on Oct. 30.
Outgoing: BYU (5-1) and Oregon (4-1)
(in alphabetical order)
QB Matt Corral, Ole Miss
Corral hit Arkansas 52-51 with 381 yards and five rebounds against his Alabama plant.
QB Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati
Three more assists and Ridder’s next win, he’s 35-5, as a starter in Cincinnati.
RB Kenneth Walker III, Michigan
More impressive numbers for Walker, 232 yards and 8 yards, against Rutgers. If he can keep up that productivity, the schedule will grow – Michigan still has Michigan, Penn and Ohio – the teenager has been invited to New York City.
QB CJ Stroud, Ohio
That weekend surprised Stroud. He put himself in the Heisman race with 736 yards and 10 shots from Rutgers and Maryland.
QB Brays Young, Alabama
My Heisman favorite hasn’t changed. Young and Alabama may have lost to the Texas A&M, but the sophomore still threw 369 yards and three rebounds and put Crimson Tide two points behind several times to take the lead again.