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2019 Schedule
8-1, 1st in Pac 12 - North

Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics 

This week's Allstate Playoff Predictor CFP rankings projection (Pct top 4): 1. Ohio State (99) 2. LSU (99) 3. Clemson (98) 4. Penn State (25) 5. Alabama (4) 6. Oregon (13) 7. Minnesota (25) 8. Baylor (33) 9. Georgia (2) 10. Auburn (1)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

LSU ranks first in Strength of Record and it isn't close. An average top-25 team would have had just a 1% chance to be undefeated thus far against LSU's schedule. Meanwhile that seem team would have had a 16% chance to go undefeated vs. Ohio State's schedule, the next best. Among the undefeateds, Clemson had it easiest: an average top 25 team would have had a 29% chance to be 10-0 at this point against the Tigers' schedule.

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.

Pollack: Oregon and Utah need each other (1:09)
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CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack react to the CFP rankings. Plus, Heather Dinich and Ivan Maisel

Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast with reactions to the first batch of College Football Playoff rankings and debate whether the Pac-12 teams are properly ranked (7:42). Then, the guys get into Georgia bouncing back against Florida (13:48), Wake Forest's beautiful offense (17:54) and Terrell Lewis as David's Dude of the Week. Next up, Heather Dinich joins the pod from Texas to share her biggest takeaways from the first rankings (31:58), how LSU-Alabama factors into the equation and what Clemson coming in at No. 5 means for the Tigers going forward. Later, Ivan Maisel hops on to discuss why the first ranking resets how we view the college football landscape (41:39), why he doesn't think Florida State is a blue blood, college football turning 150 years old and why the bye week came at a good time for Nick Saban.

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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.

Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics 

According to the Allstate Playoff Predictor the most likely teams to be in the top 4 in the initial CFP rankings release are: 1. Ohio State 2. LSU 3. Penn State 4. Alabama 5. Clemson 6. Oregon 7. Baylor 8. Georgia

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CFB Pod: Negandhi and Herbie discuss FSU firing Willie Taggart and preview LSU-Alabama

Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast discussing the scene in Memphis for College GameDay, an exciting nightcap with Memphis' win over SMU and why the American Athletic Conference deserves more love. Then the guys get into Florida State's firing of Willie Taggart, what led to Taggart's ousting and potential candidates for the job (9:43). Next up they cover Herbie's Top 6 teams (24:23), whether Georgia or Oregon scored the bigger win on Saturday (28:36), and the keys to LSU-Alabama and Penn State-Minnesota (37:35). Plus, listener questions for Herbie (49:28).

Wright answers for Oregon with 100-yard kickoff return TD (0:49)
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Oregon dominates USC in all phases (1:55)
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Herbert leads No. 7 Ducks past USC 56-24 to 8th straight win

Justin Herbert passed for 225 yards and threw three touchdown passes to Juwan Johnson in the second half, and No. 7 Oregon recovered from a slow start to cruise to its eighth consecutive victory, 56-24 over Southern California on Saturday night.

Slovis gets picked off for Oregon TD (0:24)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards274.834th
Rushing Yards184.4Tied-45th
Points For38.2
Points Against15.8