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Notre Dame closes in on the CFP, while West Virginia goes down and Ohio State and Michigan prepare for a B1G showdown. What else have we learned?
Mike Edwards had two takeaways leading to Kentucky's first two touchdowns and the No. 20 Wildcats made several fourth-quarter defensive stops for a 34-23 escape of Middle Tennessee on Saturday.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Bronko Nagurski Trophy finalists: Kentucky LB Josh Allen, Michigan LB Devin Bush, LSU S Grant Delpit, Clemson DT Christian Wilkins, Alabama NT Quinnen Williams.
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.
You didn't see any drama in Week 11? Well, that's what you get for watching the Top 10 instead of the Bottom 10.
Jarrett Guarantano threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Marquez Callaway on the final play of the first half and Darrell Taylor recorded four sacks as Tennessee trounced No. 12 Kentucky 24-7 on Saturday.
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?
Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer
Kentucky, ranked 11th this week in the College Football Playoff rankings and 12th in the AP poll, visits Neyland Stadium on Saturday as a nationally ranked team for the first time since 1950. And how's this for head coaching star power? Paul W. "Bear" Bryant was the Kentucky coach for that game, and Gen. Robert Reese Neyland was Tennessee's coach. The No. 9 Vols beat the No. 3 Wildcats 7-0 that day in Knoxville, but Kentucky still won the SEC championship and also went on to win the Sugar Bowl with a 13-7 win over No. 1 Oklahoma.
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.