College Football Rivalry Week

Tyler Owen
November 25, 2018

West Virginia dropped to No. 13 behind Florida and Penn State after losing to Oklahoma State.

Which top 10 teams will have the least amount of trouble this week?

I'm sure you're at home wondering that with the final weekend of the season coming up what games you should watch this weekend and which games hold more weight than the others.

The 2018 iteration of the final full week of the regular season in college football, the aptly-named 'Rivalry Week, ' is full of aspiring teams with hopes of being selected as one of four teams to join the College Football Playoff. But these games are also the most exciting and meaningful games of the season to the players, coaches and fan bases, as rivalry games bring out the greatest emotions, energy and effort.

Purdue vs. Indiana, Baylor vs. Texas Tech and Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt. This means that, not only will these teams be fighting against their rivals for a year of bragging rights, they all need a victory in week 13 to ensure that they get a chance to keep their seasons alive and earn a bowl berth.

UCF jumped Ohio State to get to the ninth spot despite the fact that the Buckeyes won last week.

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On Dec. 1 the Knights will host the American Athletic Conference Championship game at home, playing either Memphis or Houston.

The victor of Utah State and Boise State.

Unlike last week, there was a little movement in the top 10. Expect the victor of this game to move up around four to six spots in rankings next week.

Alabama and Clemson would claim the first two spots, while every other conference title-winner would have three loses. Georgia 6. Oklahoma 7.

Ohio State remained No. 10 in the fourth edition of the College Football Playoff rankings, which were released Tuesday night.

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