Week 11 college football scores, highlights from Saturday's games


4-Seed Ohio State knocked off 1-Seed Alabama then 2-Seed Oregon to win the first ever College Football Playoff National Championship.

No. 1 Georgia at No. 10 Auburn, CBS, 3:30 p.m.: There's a lot of talk about both Georgia and Alabama getting into the playoff this season, and for good reason.

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In addition to the colossal clashes, there are a handful of other games that will play a role in determining where certain teams land during Tuesday's rankings release and whether a few conferences are still in the hunt for the top four positions. Clemson, ranked No. 4, will take on unranked Florida State.

The biggest obstacle for both Miami and Wisconsin, other than the SEC tandem at the top, looks to be Oklahoma. Could the Bulldogs still make the playoff as a once-beaten non-conference champion as Ohio State did a year ago? Is Ohio State, which was ripped by 31 points at Iowa, that bad?

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Auburn might be the most popular team in America the next two weeks, but are the Tigers more than spoilers? There's no better way to convince the committee you're one of the four best teams in the country than by going out and beating one. They play at the same time, so have the remote ready.

The college football schedule for Week 11 of the 2017 season features three Top 10 vs.

It's not out of the realm of possibility that a two-loss team makes the playoff.

Tuesday night's rankings were unusually static, even boring, with only one team (Michigan State) making a major move (12 spots).

No matter which team you're partial to, Saturday's games in Auburn, Alabama, Norman, Oklahoma, and Miami will hopefully go a long way in deciphering the playoff mess-or it could just add chaos to a muddy picture.