Only six undefeated teams remain in college football. The last time that happened? 2007. That is the year we saw an LSU team with two losses win the national title.

The never-ending chaos continued last week. If you missed any of the action, here is a quick rundown:

  • #3 Mississippi State routed #2 Auburn 38-23, which allowed the Bulldogs to jump Florida State in the polls.
  • #3 Ole Miss continued did not miss a beat in a 35-20 win over Texas A&M in College Station.
  • #5 Baylor scored 24 points in the final eleven minutes to hang on against #9 TCU 61-58.
  • A missed field goal lifted USC over #10 Arizona 28-26.
  • #11 Oklahoma narrowly escaped with a win against Texas.
  • Duke handed Georgia Tech its first loss of the season in a 31-25 win.

The madness is set to continue this week. If any of the teams we have on upset alert lose, it will cause a major stir in the rankings.

  • #5 Notre Dame at #2 Florida State

    Line: Florida State -12

    Florida State is going into this top five matchup with a 22-game winning streak on the line. All streaks must come to an end and with all the controversy surrounding Tallahassee right now, it would be no surprise if that happened this weekend. But lets not get ahead of ourselves. Jameis Winston continues to play well despite swirling rumors. But this is no ordinary matchup. FSU will need to figure out a game plan that includes stopping Everett Golson.

    Golson's return to Notre Dame following a year-long absence has made the Fighting Irish a top 10 team once again. Granted, they have not met a team as talented as FSU yet this season. Notre Dame stopping Winston is a must, but this does not have the makings of a defensive battle. Most of this game will come down to the offensive performance, which means they have to minimize turnovers. In Golson's first three games he had zero turnovers, but in his last three he has nine.

    Does the Fighting Irish have what it takes to knock off Florida State at home? They certainly have the talent to do so. This game will come down to the team that makes the least mistakes.

    (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
    (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
  • #21 Texas A&M at #7 Alabama

    Line: Alabama -11.5

    The Crimson Tide has seen its fair share of offensive struggles over the last two weeks, but the improvement on defense has allowed for a glimmer of hope. Even with the offense not clicking, the very obvious key is defense, more specifically pass defense. In the last two seasons, A&M has passed for a combined 717 yards on Alabama. If the Aggies start scoring, will Alabama have the offensive firepower to keep up?

    Texas A&M has also struggled over the last two weekends. Kenny Hill has not clicked with his wide receivers like we saw him do so often earlier in the year. If they can have a strong day through the air then that will play directly into the Tide's weaknesses. However, the Aggies have one of the worst defenses in the SEC. If they want to pull the upset they will have to force Blake Sims to throw the ball.

    This should be a great game, especially if the last two meetings are any indication. Alabama's offensive line will need to open up holes and help keep the offense potent. If they fail and the Aggies are able to air it out, it could spell another A&M victory in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

    (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
    (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
  • #10 Georgia at Arkansas

    Line: Georgia -3.5

    Georgia is feeling the sting of losing star running back Todd Gurley to suspension. It has been said before and it is going to be said again: Hutson Mason has to be more effective through the air. With the addition of a passing element, this offense will be much more effective. On defense, Georgia has the 2nd best rush defense in the SEC, but they will face a rushing attack unlike any other they have seen this season.

    It is very possible that Arkansas will find its first conference win under Bret Bielema this weekend in Little Rock. Like Georgia, this team cannot focus solely on the ground game. Brandon Allen will have to step up and keep the Bulldogs' defense honest. Fans saw glimpses of Allen's potential last week when he passed for 246 yards against Alabama. But don't expect a pass-happy offense. Arkansas will to try to grind it out on the ground.

    We are almost certain that you will see a lot of rushing attempts this weekend. Both teams will try to remain one dimensional, so you can also expect to see a close, low scoring affair.

    (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
    (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
  • Kentucky at LSU

    Line: LSU -9

    Last weeks victory over Florida helped bring a little life back into LSU. Quarterback issues have continued to plague this team from scoring consistently. The Tigers will continue to rely on Leonard Fournette to get them up and down the field. One could make the argument that LSU's defense is the primary source of their issues. While the Tigers are athletic on that side of the ball, they have been unable to carry the team like past defenses.

    Mississippi State may be making all of the headlines, but Kentucky is having its own magical season. If not for an overtime loss earlier in the season, the Wildcats would be undefeated and leading the East division. Patrick Towles and Jojo Kemp have led an offensive attack that  is averaging 36 points per game. Kentucky will need to put a primary focus on stopping Fournette and make LSU QB Anthony Jennings go to the air. They have to get off to a fast start and keep it like that if they want to win.

    Oddly enough, this matchup has a history of coming down to the wire. In 2002, the famous "Bluegrass Miracle" gave LSU a last second win. The Wildcats would get their revenge in 2007 with a triple overtime win over the Tigers. Will we see another historic game this weekend?

    (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
    (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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