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The 2015 College Football season is taking form, and the BCS playoff picture is working itself out. Things are playing out as a crazy week ten is in the books. The Alabama Crimson Tide handed the LSU Tigers their first loss of the season and now control their destiny in the powerful SEC-West Division. Meanwhile, the Florida Gators wrapped up the East Division in the Southeastern Conference with a 9-7 home win against Vanderbilt. Week eleven should provide even more clarity for the BCS Playoff committee.
The Clemson Tigers came into the week as the number-one ranked team in the BCS polls and the Tigers got an early scare from Florida State. Clemson erased an early deficit to get a 23-13 win at “DEATH VALLEY” on Saturday. The Tigers defense allowed Florida State running back Dalvin Cook over 100-yards in his first two carries of the football game but shut him down afterward. The Tigers will remain at the top spot. Number 14 Oklahoma State should soar into the top ten after their impressive twenty-point home win against number eight TCU. The talented Cowboys defense held the prolific TCU offense to just twenty-nine points. Baylor also of the Big Twelve should remain at the sixth spot. All four Big Twelve teams Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor and TCU, play each other in the next few weeks. The Big-Twelve could easily get left out of the 4team playoffs again this season. The flip side is an unbeaten team from the Conference will be a lock for the playoffs.
The past two weeks have been tough on the American Athletic Conference. Temple went down to Notre Dame on Halloween night, and the Memphis Tigers were blown out at home at the hands of Navy 45-20. Houston is the lone unbeaten team after a 33-30 home victory against Cincinnati. The Big Ten Conference came into week ten with three institutes in the top 25. Ohio State will probably jump a spot and replace LSU at number two, after a lackluster home win against Minnesota. Michigan State lost at Nebraska and can only hope to play spoiler when they take on the Buckeyes in Columbus, Ohio. The Iowa Hawkeye of the Big-10 also remained undefeated with a 35-27 road win at Indiana. The PAC-Twelve Conference has two teams in the top 15 with Stanford and Utah, but both have a loss. Stanford lost at Northwestern in the season opener, and it may come back to haunt the Cardinal. Tuesday’s top four should be 1. Clemson, 2. Ohio State, 3. Alabama and 4, Baylor or Oklahoma State.
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