The college football weekend in review
Ohio State's bid for a repeat College Football Playoff championship likely ended with the offense's woes in Columbus.
With Stanford and Baylor losing, the playoff field continues to narrow to a group of college football's blue bloods.
Three of the top four teams confirmed their place in the college football hierarchy, but none benefitted more than Clemson, Oklahoma State, and Alabama.
There were plenty of closer-than-expected matchups last weekend, but only a few actual upsets, as the top of the college football pantheon remained unchanged.
With two games that needed four overtimes to decide, and another two undefeated teams picking up their first losses, Week 8 was one of the wildest of the 2015 college football season.
The Michigan State upset is the headliner, but this week's action let us take stock of where the top playoff contenders are a little more than halfway through the season.
Florida and Michigan are rebuilding ahead of schedule. Meanwhile, defenses at Clemson and Utah are carrying their teams to perfect records.
The answer? Maybe still in Tuscaloosa, but beyond the Tide it's anyone's guess.
The big Pac-12 games were blowouts -- just not always in the way we expected. Chad Peltier reviews the weekend in college football.
Despite the Ole Miss upset over previously top F/+-ranked Alabama, no one is out of the playoff race just yet.