NCAA Week 11 CFB Preview, CFP Rankings, Heisman Odds

We have three weeks to go in the College Football season with plenty still to be decided for the College Football Playoff picture as well as the key Bowl Games.

In recent years we would have a pretty good idea at this point in the regular season of who would likely be in the CFP, and that typically included Clemson, Alabama, and Ohio State as regular staples. This season, we actually have some parody and some new teams in the mix like Cincinatti, Michigan, and Michigan State, which brings additional importance toward these last few games and the conference championship matchups. If you want to get in on the CFB action this weekend be sure to head on over to our Offers Page for the most up-to-date list of promo codes and offers.

College Football Playoff Rankings

Georgia Bulldogs

The Bulldogs are putting together one of the best defensive seasons in history

The second CFP Rankings were released Tuesday night and we had some interesting movement in the top 4 and the 5-8 spots.

Georgia and Alabama are still secure in the 1 and 2 spots, with Oregon moving into the 3rd spot and Ohio State moving to number 4. Michigan State fell from 3rd to 7th in this week’s rankings after last week’s tough loss to Purdue on the road. Cincinnati moved up to 5 and has a great chance to make the CFP if Georgia can beat Alabama in the SEC Championship. A team that is getting no love from the playoff committee is Oklahoma, as they still sit at #8 and are running out of games to make a significant move up the rankings.

  1. Georgia
  2. Alabama
  3. Oregon
  4. Ohio State
  5. Cincinnati
  6. Michigan
  7. Michigan St.
  8. Oklahoma

Top Matchups for Week 11

8 Oklahoma (-5.5) vs. 13 Baylor

Oklahoma Sooners

The Sooners need to impress over the next few weeks to get into the playoffs

Oklahoma has a great chance to improve their resume by getting a big rod win over a top 15 Baylor team this weekend. Oklahoma still has the 4th best odds to win the National Championship according to most sportsbooks, so they must be factoring in Oklahoma running the table and picking up a few more quality wins like this week’s contest vs. Baylor. Oklahoma made the switch from Spencer Rattler to Caleb Williams at the midway point this year and Williams could be the X factor with his running ability if the Sooners can squeeze their way into the playoffs.

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19 Purdue vs. 4 Ohio State (-21)

A game to keep an eye on for a potential upset that could throw the CFP picture in disarray is Purdue against Oklahoma in Columbus. Purdue is clicking on offense and has the skill players that can keep up with Ohio St. The big question for Purdue is if their defense will be able to keep Ohio State from scoring enough points to stay in the game. Ohio State is favored by 21 in this matchup and I like Purdue’s chances to keep this game very close with Ohio State likely to pull away late in the 2nd half.

11 Texas A&M (-2.5) vs. 15 Ole Miss

College Gameday will be in Oxford for a big SEC West showdown between Texas A&M and Ole Miss. Both teams still have an outside shot to make the CFP playoffs if absolute chaos happens over the next few weeks and one of them ends up at 10-2. A 10-2 SEC West team that is behind Alabama may have a chance of sneaking in the Playoff if you have a 2 loss PAC12 and Big10 Winner. Ole Miss is battling injury issues against and will be facing one of the most athletic teams in the Conference will need to outscore the Aggies vs. trying to overpower them.

Heismans Odds

  • Bryce Young (+185)
  • Kenneth Walker III (+300)
  • Matt Corral (+450)
  • CJ Stroud (+450)
  • Caleb Williams (+850)

Bryce Young from Alabama is still the Heisman favorite and he has a great chance to bring another Heisman trophy back to Tuscaloosa if Alabama can run the table and get past Georgia in the SEC title. Young will have the national spotlight on him in the SEC Championship game against Georgia and it could be a make-or-break game for the Heisman. Kenneth Walker III moved up to 2nd in the Heisman Odds despite the loss to Purdue. If Michigan State can run the table and win the Big 10 Walker has a great chance to bring the first-ever Heisman back to East Lansing.

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