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UCF earned the highest ranking of any Group of 5 team in the College Football Playoff era, but is there a path for the Knights to the top four?
- UCF breaks into top 10 in latest CFP rankings
- Army marches into AP poll for 1st time since '96
- Heupel: Win showcased UCF as 'big-time football'
- Knights' tale: AAC wants to talk playoff expansion
Undefeated UCF jumps into the CFP's top 10, claiming the highest ranking by a Group of 5 contender in the rankings' history.
The stakes are always high in season-ending rivalry games, but this year, rivals are standing in the way of three Power 5 teams looking to go undefeated.
At No. 23, Army makes its first appearance in the AP poll since 1996, but things at the top of the rankings remain largely unchanged.
Looking to climb the CFP rankings, UCF routed No. 24 Cincinnati on Saturday, delivering a performance that coach Josh Heupel hopes gave people "a chance to see what our university is all about."
McKenzie Milton threw for 268 yards and accounted for four touchdowns to help No. 11 UCF remain unbeaten and extend the nation's longest winning streak to 23 games with a 38-13 rout of No. 19 Cincinnati on Saturday night.
The Tide rallied and the Knights kept rolling, but other top teams struggled.
Notre Dame closes in on the CFP, while West Virginia goes down and Ohio State and Michigan prepare for a B1G showdown. What else have we learned?
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss if UCF can stay unbeaten with a difficult test versus Cincinnati.
Who will win when No. 12 Syracuse meets No. 3 Notre Dame at Yankee Stadium? Our reporters pick that game, plus West Virginia-Oklahoma State, Iowa State-Texas and Cincinnati-UCF.