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Week 11 college football scores, highlights from Saturday's games

12 November 2017

Here are the results, broken up by conference, that force expansion talks to go from a distant future to an immediate discussion item and make 2017 the most chaotic College Football Playoff ever. Though it's not a true "playoff" in that every game's loser would definitely be eliminated from title contention, we'll certainly see more clarity in the playoff race after Saturday. They play at the same time, so have the remote ready. Is Michigan State, which upended Penn State, that good? They'll have the chance to knock off two of the current Top 4, facing Notre Dame this weekend and then likely Clemson in the ACC championship game.

Georgia, who already clinched the SEC East, faces an Auburn team that has everything to gain in the next month, with the Bulldogs, Alabama and potentially the SEC Championship on its schedule.

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Although they are unbeaten, the Badgers are sitting in eighth and need quite a bit of help to feel secure about their spot in the top four.

UCF remains in the driver's seat for a New Year's Six bowl, though the Knights have to be a bit peeved about staying at No. 18 - behind eight two-loss teams - despite a solid win at SMU. For starters, Notre Dame needs to lose a game.

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Georgia, Alabama, Notre Dame and Clemson top this week's College Football Playoff ratings and Associated Press poll.

The biggest obstacle for both Miami and Wisconsin, other than the SEC tandem at the top, looks to be Oklahoma.

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So that's how it breaks down heading into Week 11. That left the Big 12 out of the Playoff entirely and exposed one obvious flaw of the four-team format - there are five major conferences.

Week 11 college football scores, highlights from Saturday's games