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2019 Schedule
8-1, 2nd in Big 12

CFB Pod: Negandhi and Herbstreit react to LSU-Alabama

Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast with their initial reactions to Week 11, who they think will land at No. 4 in the rankings and concern that Alabama might be out of playoff contention. Then the guys get into LSU keeping its foot on the gas in Tuscaloosa (14:48), the video of Ed Orgeron in the locker room, and the possibility of the Tigers playing all of their postseason games in Atlanta and New Orleans. Next, Herbie explains what's going on with Chase Young (22:40) and how the NCAA investigative process will unfold, why this is the most complete Ohio State team he's seen in years, and what's up with Oklahoma (33:20). Later, Herbie talks about working with Lee Corso for 24 seasons on College GameDay, what he's learned about business and life from him, and a text from Bill Belichick on his respect for Coach Corso (38:15).

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Not only is Alabama very much still alive, but it has the fourth-best chance to reach the CFP and win the national championship, according to the Allstate Playoff Predictor.

Oklahoma survives on Iowa State's failed 2-point conversion (0:38)
Hurts racks up 5 TDs vs. Iowa State (1:24)
Lamb shreds Iowa State defense for 63-yard TD (0:19)
Hurts keeps it up the middle for 8-yard TD (0:16)
Hurts goes deep to Lamb for 48-yard TD (0:16)
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College football conference power rankings

Georgia passed a big test, Baylor survived a close call, and Utah and Oregon pulled away in the Pac-12. Here's how the Power 5 conferences stand after Week 10.

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Heisman Watch: Can Chuba Hubbard become a finalist?

After a week in which LSU, Alabama, Ohio State and Oklahoma were all on byes, prolific Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard made his case for a trip to New York.

Team Stats

Passing Yards338.15th
Rushing Yards249.213th
Points For48.4
Points Against25.0