Georgia's defense kept the National Championship Game close into the second half. Stetson Bennett and Bulldogs offense took over from there.
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As usual, the College Football Playoff semifinals were blowouts. Alabama and Georgia defeated Cincinnati and Michigan by a combined score of 61-17 to secure a rematch of the SEC Championship Game.
Playing as underdogs for the first time in a while, Jameson Williams and the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Georgia Bulldogs 41-24 in the SEC Championship Game.
Michigan's upset of Ohio State was the biggest win of the Jim Harbaugh era, and puts the Wolverines in position to earn a playoff berth with a win over Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game.
Allow us to introduce you to the UTSA Roadrunners, who established themselves as the best team in Conference USA with a 34-31 victory over Alabama-Birmingham.
The Wolverines survived a desperate Penn State team, saving their shot at a Big Ten championship and a berth in the College Football Playoff.
The Gators and Spartans lost games they were supposed to win, as did Wake Forest and Baylor.
The Georgia Bulldogs remain the top team in college football, while Ohio State and Michigan State racked up critical wins in the Big Ten. Parker Fleming looks back at a wild week of action.
Quarterback Kenny Pickett led the Panthers to a win over Clemson while Brock Purdy's Cyclones knocked off Oklahoma State. Parker Fleming looks at each team's chances in their respective conference races, and if one of them could even qualify for the College Football Playoff.
The debate in the college football rankings right now begins at No. 2, because the Georgia Bulldogs are very clearly the No. 1 team in the nation after their 30-13 win over Kentucky that wasn't as close as the final score would indicate.