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    the academy is damn good this year.

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    CFB Recap 2016, Week 6


    THE SEASON SO FAR
    QB injuries derail hopes of some: DeShaun Watson has missed most of the season so far with a foot injury as Clemson has fell from the playoff race. Tennessee took a hit when QB Josh Dobbs was lost for the entire season. Houston suffered back-to-back losses when they lost star QB Greg Ward Jr. Louisville was stunned by Marshall without QB Lamar Jackson. Washington suffered back-to-back losses without QB Jake Browning.
    Alabama lost to Ole Miss yet again when they were ranked #1
    The rise of Indiana: Early wins have moved the Hoosiers into the top 20
    The Big Ten rises the to the top: Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan in the top 5, Michigan St. still in contention w/ Indiana and Northwestern both undefeated.

    TOP 25
    1. Ohio State
    2. UCLA
    3. Iowa
    4. Michigan
    5. Alabama
    6. TCU
    7. Notre Dame
    8. Oklahoma
    9. LSU
    10. Baylor
    11. Auburn
    12. Michigan State
    13. Miami
    14. Ole Miss
    15. Tennessee
    16. Boise State
    17. Florida State
    18. Indiana
    19. Louisville
    20. Washington State
    21. Northwestern
    22. Stanford
    23. Houston
    24. Wisconsin
    25. Washington

    OUTSIDE: Florida, Arizona State, Western Michigan, Oregon, Marshall, South Carolina, Nebraska, North Carolina, Pittsburgh


    HEISMAN WATCH

    QB J.T. Barrett, Ohio State

    QB Josh Rosen, UCLA

    RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford

    RB Myles Gaskin, Washington

    QB Chad Kelly, Ole Miss

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    STARTING TO BURN
    Mark Whipple, UMass, 8% - UMass in the FBS has been a disaster and Whipple, 0-5 so far this year, should be shown the door at the end of the season.
    Scott Frost, UCF, 11% - Frost might be 1-and-done as a head coach, 0-5 as UCF hasn't won a game in nearly two seasons.
    Paul Petrino, Idaho, 19% - Petrino is now 6-33 at Idaho, and it might be time to try to save Idaho with another coach than give Paul another year.
    Mark Stoops, Kentucky, 23% - Stoops is not doing well this year, and it may be time to get a new head coach in Kentucky.
    David Beaty, Kansas, 32% - Winner of just one game so far, but can anyone win in Kansas?

    PRESSURE BUILDING
    Sonny Dykes, Cal, 40% - Cal is 1-4 this year and despite producing the #1 pick, they aren't producing on the field.
    Clay Helton, USC, 48% - USC is 1-3 so far this year, and the Trojans glory days are seeming to become more distant.

    ALREADY COOKED
    Les Miles, LSU - He'll find a new job, but where?

    READY TO MOVE?
    Jeff Brohm, Western Kentucky
    P.J. Fleck, Western Michigan
    Jeff Monken, Army
    Tom Herman, Houston

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    CFB Recap 2016, Week 9


    COMMITTEE RELEASES FIRST POLL

    The Playoff committee debuted their 2016 college football poll but the top 6 remain the same as the current AP poll. With four undefeated teams still remaining, they make up the current playoff picture. A mess of 1-and some 2-loss teams find themselves in the picture.

    The committee is also providing more respect to some surprising 1-loss teams like Indiana, Boston College, Virginia, Nebraska, Northwestern and Nevada, who have all been slightly shunned based on their preseason marks. It will be interesting to see if one of the committee's 6 teams they have pulled up in their rankings compared to the AP can make some noise.

    The poll below shows the team's current committee rank, their comparison to the AP, their comparison to last committee poll (n/a), team and record.




    HEISMAN WATCH

    QB J.T. Barrett, Ohio State

    QB Seth Russell, Baylor

    RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford

    RB Myles Gaskin, Washington

    RB Leonard Fournette, LSU

    KEY GAMES, WEEK 10

    #14 Boston College at 5-2 Virginia Tech
    #5 Michigan State at #23 Michigan
    #17 Nebraska at #18 Northwestern
    5-2 Colorado at #3 UCLA

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