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While Saturday won't give us an answer to which is the best one-loss team, it is still a big week for conference races across the country.
Notre Dame and Baylor entered the one-loss group in what is shaping up to be an extremely tight race for playoff consideration.
This week we are rewarded with a big matchup between the Fighting Irish and Seminoles and the growing rivalry between the Aggies and Tide.
Several good teams had close calls, but for the mass of one-loss and undefeated teams, just winning is good enough.
With three of the top five teams facing other ranked teams this weekend, we should see some separation of playoff contenders after last week's chaos.
It was a historic weekend for upsets, but don't count any one-loss team out just yet.
It's easily the biggest weekend of college football yet, with six matchups between ranked teams and three showdowns in the SEC West alone.
Elite running backs have carried their teams this season, from Georgia's Todd Gurley to Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah
The week's most anticipated matchups all feature high-powered offenses, with Texas A&M, Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas Tech, and Arizona State in the spotlight.
The College Football Playoff field narrowed on Saturday. Some teams got upset, some barely escaped an upset, and a few had big record-setting blowouts.