Alabama earned another shutout, Michigan kept rolling with an easy win over Rutgers and Northwestern (!) will play for the B1G title. What else did we learn?
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- Wake Forest coach visits injured Syracuse player
- Michigan steps into CFP's top 4; Bama still No. 1
- Bama atop 1st CFP; Clemson, LSU, Irish follow
- Losses by 11 ranked teams shake up Top 25
Moe Neal rushed for a career-best 159 yards and two touchdowns, quarterback Eric Dungey ran for two more scores and passed for another, and No. 13 Syracuse took advantage of five Louisville miscues to rout the Cardinals 54-23 on Friday night.
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg & Peter Burns discuss the implications of the injury to Ian Book (2:05), Fill In The Blanks for Week 11 (18:00) & more. Plus, Phil Steele's picks (36:12), Talk Nerdy To Me (47:04), Walk-Ons (53:15) & Extra Points (59:08).
Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson took time to visit injured Syracuse player Tyrone Perkins, who is still hospitalized in Winston-Salem after getting hurt Saturday.
Michigan is up to No. 4 in the CFP rankings this week after Saturday's big win over rival Penn State and LSU's shutout loss to No. 1 Alabama.
It's going to be Alabama vs. Georgia for the SEC title. Meanwhile, Michigan keeps rolling, and West Virginia won a classic over Texas. What else have we learned?
Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, Jarveon Howard ran for two scores and No. 22 Syracuse beat Wake Forest 41-24 on Saturday.
Alabama opens atop the season's first College Football Playoff ranking, ahead of fellow unbeaten Clemson. LSU, Notre Dame, Michigan and Georgia follow.
No. 22 Syracuse and No. 23 Virginia were among a record seven teams to move into The Associated Press college football poll after a season-high 11 ranked teams lost this weekend.
Eric Dungey threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, and Syracuse held off No. 22 North Carolina State 51-41 on Saturday night to become eligible for the postseason for the first time in five years.