Stetson Bennett's impressive play continues as he throws three touchdown passes to lead Georgia to a victory over Kentucky, which is 30-14. (1:13).
After a loss to Iowa City, a Big Ten staple has been dropped from the College Football Playoff conversation for the second week. Allstate Playoff Predictor: How will Saturday's top games impact the College Football Playoff chase What are the odds of the top four winning? The Allstate Playoff Predictor can provide the answers. Keep checking back each week, as the odds change after each week's games.
Most Popular Playoff Picks Team (Record) Votes Georgia (7-0) 14/14 Cincinnati (6-0) 14/14 Alabama (6-1) 12/14 Oklahoma (7-0) 12/14 Michigan (6-0) 2/14 Michigan State (7-0) 1/14 Oklahoma State (6-0) 1/14
It was the Penn State Nittany Lions last week; this week, it was the Iowa Hawkeyes. Purdue defeated the No. The No. 2 Hawkeyes defeated by Purdue 24-7 on the Road. This upset ended Iowa’s long-running run in the playoff picks. Despite the loss, the Hawkeyes have every chance of reaching the Big Ten title game. Their playoff chances aren't over.
The Georgia Bulldogs remained at the top of each ballot after a comfortable victory over Kentucky (30-13). This season, the Bulldogs have dominated all of their competition and are now unanimously ranked No. The Bulldogs' dominance on the field is evident in the No. 1 ranking.
After a 56-21 victory over UCF, Cincinnati is on every ballot for the first time in this season. The unanimous selection saw the Bearcats climb to No. Their highest ranking of the season, No. 2 in 12 of 14 rankings.
Things get a little more unpredictable after the top two. Despite the loss to Texas A&M in Week 6, Alabama was able to climb back up almost every ballot. With a 49-9 win over Mississippi State in Starkville, the Crimson Tide rebounded in big fashion -- as Nick Saban teams are accustomed to doing -- and now look like a CFP contender.
Oklahoma is now 7-0. It seems that it has found its quarterback. This week's 12 votes for the Sooners are their most since last season.
We see the most variation in the fourth spot, with Michigan State, Oklahoma State and Michigan all grabbing one No. 4 -- The Wolverines also reached No. 3 votes on one ballot during their bye-week
There is still time for some shakeups in the picks this season, but at the moment, 11 ballots are populated by the same four teams.
Andrea Adelson: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Alabama
Kyle Bonagura: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Alabama, 4. Michigan
Bill Connelly: Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Michigan State
Heather Dinich: Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Alabama
David M. Hale: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Alabama
Chris Low: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Alabama, 4. Oklahoma
Harry Lyles Jr. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Alabama, 4. Oklahoma
Ryan McGee: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Michigan, 4. Oklahoma State
Adam Rittenberg: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Alabama, 4. Oklahoma
Alex Scarborough: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Alabama, 4. Oklahoma
Mark Schlabach: 1. Georgia, 2. Alabama, 3. Cincinnati, 4. Oklahoma
Paolo Uggetti: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Alabama
Tom VanHaaren: 1. Georgia, 2. Cincinnati, 3. Oklahoma, 4. Alabama
Dave Wilson: 1. Georgia, 2. Oklahoma, 3. Cincinnati, 4. Alabama