Syracuse vs. Clemson, Texas vs. Oklahoma State, University of California vs. Oregon and more

Syracuse vs. Clemson, Texas vs. Oklahoma State, University of California vs. Oregon and more

There may not be a game as epic this week as last week’s Tennessee vs. Alabama that proved to be it, but there are still five Ranked vs Ranked games and a host of others that are very interesting for a variety of reasons.

Many of today’s undefeated teams have already fallen and at least one team is still playing.

The Bo Knicks and No. 10 Oregon record at will against No. 9 UCLAThat entered today 6-0. The Ducks definitively ended the Bruins’ perfect start to the season with a 45-30 home win.

Another team started the day undefeated, No. 7 Ole Miss, 45-20 dropped to unranked LSU. It was a dominant performance for the Tigers, who trailed 17-3 early before starting to play at full speed though.

In a previous marquee match, No. 5 seed Clemson received a serious scare from 14th seed Syracuse (also previously undefeated), who led in the fourth quarter before The Tigers dominated and won 27-21.

Here’s what we’re seeing today, as well, along with some notable findings.

(Note: All times are ET, odds are from BetMGM)

Time: 8 pm | TV: FS1 | Font: TCU -3.5 | Total: 54.5

The TCU has been one of the season’s biggest stories so far. In their first year under Sonny Dykes, the two-horned Frogs were expected to finish mid-group in the Big 12. Instead, they are the last undefeated team remaining in the conference 6-0 and 3-0 in a league game. Meanwhile, Kansas should be nice and resting after a week of farewell. The Wildcats are 5-1 on the year, having only lost on their home ground to Tulane in a upset. K-State’s strong start was led by QB Adrian Martinez. Transferring from Nebraska, Martinez shot only 900 yards, but he rushed for 546 yards and nine and was an excellent pairing with Das Vaughn’s return. These two, along with a solid K-State defense, will pose a huge challenge for the TCU.

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