There were two clashes of top teams this weekend, and the games were not disappointing. First-placed Clemson took to the streets on Saturday night and lost at No. 4 Notre Dame with 47:40 in double overtime. On Saturday afternoon the No. 11 from Florida crashed the No. 10 from Georgia, 44:28, in Jacksonville.
Alabama was idle, and the Crimson Tide moved up to number one in Washington’s latest Newsday rankings. Notre Dame jumped to second place, Ohio State remained in third place and Clemson dropped back to fourth.
Texas A&M continues to look impressive, moving up to fifth place after a 48-3 victory over South Carolina. The only defeat for A&M this season was in Alabama. Florida, whose only defeat at Texas A&M was in Alabama, moved up to 6th place.
Cincinnati is number 7 and BYU is number 8.
Indiana, who beat Michigan for the first time in 33 years, moves into the top 10 at number 9, and Oregon moves up to number 10 after the season opener of Pac-12. The Ducks beat Stanford 35-14.
Liberty moves up to 20th place in Washington’s Newsday rankings after Liberty scored a thrilling 38-35 victory at Virginia Tech on Saturday. The Liberty Flames, who are playing as independents this season, are 7-0 up, and this weekend they will host Western Carolina.
Washington Newsday Top 20
All conferences have finally started and all teams of the Football Bowl Series (FBS) will be considered for the Top 20.
Sa. at the LSU
Sa. at Boston College
State of Ohio
Sa. in Maryland
November 21 in the State of Florida
Sa. in Tennessee
Sat. vs. Arkansas
Fr. against East Carolina
November 21 against North Alabama
Sa. in the state of Michigan
Sa. in Washington State
Sa. at the Virginia Tech
Sa. in Michigan
State of Oklahoma
21. November on 15. November in Oklahoma
State of Iowa
November 21 against the State of Kansas
November 21 vs. 13 Oklahoma State
Sa. in Missouri
Sa. in Troy
Sat. vs. middle Tennessee
Sa. to Purdue
Sat. against Western Carolina
Where is the College ‘GameDay’ taking place this week?
ESPN’s popular ‘GameDay’ roadshow will take an unprecedented trip to the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia this Saturday. There will be no soccer game there this weekend, but the famous golf course will host the 2020 Masters Tournament, one of the four major tournaments in golf, which begins on Thursday and ends on Sunday. The tournament is normally held in April, but has been postponed due to the COVID 19 pandemic in 2020.
Here are the Washington Newsday Heisman rankings after week 10 of the season Note: Trevor Lawrence missed the last two games because of COVID-19.
Justin Fields, QB, State of Ohio
Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
Updated forecast of college soccer playoffs
State of Ohio
This week games to watch (Times ET)
Tuesday, November 10th
19:30 Miami (OH) in Buffalo, ESPN
Wednesday, November 11th
20.00 Toledo in western Michigan, ESPN
Friday, November 13th
19:00 Iowa near MInnesota, FS1
19:30 East Carolina in Cincinnati, ESPN2
22:30 Utah at UCLA, FS1
Saturday, November 14th
12:00 pm: Georgia in Missouri, ESPN
12:00 pm Indiana in the State of Michigan, TBD
12:00 pm Coastal Carolina in Troy, ESPNU
12:00 Penn State in Nebraska, FS1
15:30: Texas A&M in Tennessee, ESPN
15:30 Ohio State in Maryland, Network of the Big Ten
16:00 Auburn, Mississippi State, SEC Network
17:00 Alabama at LSU, CBS
19:00 Arkansas in Florida, ESPN
19:00 SMU in Tulsa, ESPN2
19:30 Wisconsin near Michigan, ABC
19:30 Northwestern at Purdue, Big Ten Network
TBA Notre Dame at Boston College, TBD
TBA Miami at Virginia Tech, TBD
TBA Oregon in Washington State, TBD
TBA USC in Arizona, TBD.